Governmental Committee for Coordination of European Affairs analyzes banks stress test
The Governmental Committee for Coordination of European Affairs, on Monday, was analyzing the individual results of the tests of the EU banks’ endurance to stress circumstances, which the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) published on July 23, informs the Government’s Department for European Affairs in a release.
CEBS was conducting an exercise on a sample of 91 European banks, representing 65 percent of the total banking assets, involving 20 national supervisory authorities.
According to the recently published results, only seven of the 91 European banks passed the stress tests, which requires the mobilization of additional funds for the consolidation of their financial situation.
The Governmental Committee for Coordination of European Affairs also approached topics such as the adoption of a set of leading lines regarding 50 percent cutbacks in the death toll to be reported in traffic accidents, over 2010-2020; the publication of the ‘EU Guidebook of hygiene of good practices for collecting, storing, trading and transporting grains, seeds and vegetal proteins;’ and printing of the working document on the progress registered in the sectoral social dialogue among the employees and the employers, reads the governmental release.