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Stress Tests: Bank Shortfall Estimated at EUR 4.78BN in Worst-Case Scenario

Ljubljana, 12 December - The eight Slovenian banks which have undergone EU-mandated stress tests and asset quality reviews are EUR 4.78bn short of capital according to the the worst-case scenario applied under the tests, central bank governor Boštjan Jazbec told the press on Thursday in Ljubljana.

Ljubljana
Stress tests show capital shortfall of eight Slovenian banks in worst-case scenario would be EUR 4.78bn, FinMin Uroš Čufer (left) and central bank governor Boštjan Jazbec tell the press after the government session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Stress tests show capital shortfall of eight Slovenian banks in worst-case scenario would be EUR 4.78bn, FinMin Uroš Čufer (pictured) and central bank governor Boštjan Jazbec tell the press after the government session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Stress tests show capital shortfall of eight Slovenian banks in worst-case scenario would be EUR 4.78bn, FinMin Uroš Čufer (left) and central bank governor Boštjan Jazbec tell the press after the government session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Stress tests show capital shortfall of eight Slovenian banks in worst-case scenario would be EUR 4.78bn, the finance minister and central bank governor tell the press after the government session.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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