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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today its 7th annual EU-wide transparency exercise, with the objective of providing market participants with updated information on the financial conditions of EU banks as of June 2020, thus assessing the preliminary impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the sector. The EBA expects to publish the results of this exercise at the beginning of December, along with the Risk Assessment Report.

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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today the seventh EU-wide transparency exercise. This additional data disclosure comes as a response to the outbreak of COVID-19 and provides market participants with bank-level data as of 31 December 2019, prior to the start of the crisis. The data confirms the EU banking sector entered the crisis with solid capital positions and improved asset quality, but also shows the significant dispersion across banks.

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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) announced today that its Spring 2020 EU-wide transparency exercise with bank by bank data will be released on Monday 8 June at 18:00 CET.

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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today an additional EU-wide transparency exercise to provide market participants with updated information on the financial conditions of EU banks as of 31 December 2019, prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The EBA expects to publish the results of this exercise at the beginning of June. 

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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) announced the postponment of the EU-wide stress test exercise to 2021 in order to allow banks to focus on and ensure continuity of their core operations, including support for their customers. For 2020, the EBA will carry out an additional EU-wide transparency exercise in order to provide updated information on banks’ exposures and asset quality to market participants.

The EBA has been conducting transparency exercises at the EU-wide level on an annual basis since 2011. The transparency exercise is part of the EBA's ongoing efforts to foster transparency and market discipline in the EU financial market, and complements banks' own Pillar 3 disclosures, as laid down in the EU's capital requirements directive (CRD). Along with the dataset, the EBA also provides a wide range of interactive tools that allow users to compare and to visualise data across time and at a country and a bank-by-bank level.

In 2020, following the postponement of the EU-wide stress test exercise, the EBA is going to release two Transparency exercises, one in late Spring and one in late Autumn, that will inform the public on the conditions of the EU banking sector at the start of the COVID-19 crisis and the impact of the crisis in the first half of 2020. Both the Spring and the Autumn exercises are going to be exclusively based on supervisory reporting data and they do not require any additional reporting burden for banks.

With the Spring 2020 EU-wide transparency exercise the EBA discloses detailed bank-by-bank data for the reference dates of 30 September 2019 and December 2019.  Information is published at the highest level of consolidation for 127 banks across 27 countries of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA).  The data available on this webpage provides disclosure on banks'  assets and liabilities, capital positions, risk exposure amounts, leverage exposures and asset quality. Sovereign exposures are available only for the reference date of December 2019. 

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