Stress test show high resistance of Polish banks

European Banking Authority (EBA) stress tests showed high resilience of Polish banks in case of a theoretical macroeconomic shock, Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) reported. This year’s EBA research was conducted on a sample of 48 European banks, covering a total of about 70 percent banki...

Poles – the third most stressed European nation

According to the OECD study, as much as 53,2 percent of Poles are stressed at work. Placing them third right after Turkey (67,5 percent) and Greece (58 percent). The least stressed nations are Sweden with a result of only 14,7 percent and Norway with 18,2 percent.

Locked content Polish banks resilient, regulator says after stress tests

The majority of Polish banks have passed stress tests and asset quality review conducted by the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF), the watchdog said on Sunday. Total core Tier 1 capital shortfalls amounted to PLN 379.9 million, the KNF said. After capital increases carried out in 2014, shortfall...