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Practical information on the publication of the 2014 EU-wide stress test results
The results of the 2014 EU-wide stress test will be published on the European Banking Authority (EBA) website at 11:00 am (UK time) on Sunday 26 October 2014.
What the EBA will publish
The EBA will publish the results of the 2014 EU-wide stress test, which covers a sample of 123 EU banks (Euro and non-Euro zone). The disclosure will cover up to 12,000 data points per bank across the entire EU which includes: banks' composition of capital, risk weighted assets (RWAs), profit and loss (P&L), exposures to sovereigns, credit risk and securitisation. The EBA will also disclose a fully loaded Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR)/ Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital ratio for each bank for information purposes.
In order to help understand these data sets, the EBA will make available on its website: an aggregate summary report; an interactive map tool summarising the main results and drivers for the results, by country and by bank; bank-by-bank results (reported in the EBA disclosure templates); a set of interactive Excel-tools that provide users with main aggregate and bank-by-bank results and underlying figures; and a downloadable database and data model, including all bank-level information provided in the EBA disclosure templates.
The results will be published in the EBA disclosure templates, blank versions of which are now available on the EBA website.
What the European Central Bank (ECB) and National Supervisory Authorities will publish
National competent authorities, including the ECB, will publish the results for their own geographical areas of competence in the same format as the EBA, please refer directly to the competent authority of your interest for detailed information on what they will publish and when.
Media information point on the stress test results
Please note that this section is exclusively for the information of media representatives. If you are not a media representative, please read the next section at the bottom of this page.