EU says stress tests to focus on tougher, centralized rules

10/21/2013 | Reuters

Strict centrally defined standards that circumvent national definitions are part of new rules proposed by the EU's top banking regulator. The rules are seen as a key way to ensure consistency and comparability of banking data across Europe and may lead to major fundraising measures by banks that don't quite make the grade.

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