By On October 01, 2018


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Denmark and Sweden increased their countercyclical capital buffers (CCyBs) for domestic banks in September, with Swedish banks now subject to highest add-ons among European Union lenders.

On September 19, Sweden’s fin ancial watchdog, Finansinspektionen, raised the CCyB capital add-on to 2.5% of risk-weighted assets from 2%, citing higher systemic risks due to a combination of low interest rates and low risk premiums.

Denmark’s regulator, Finanstilsynet, followed suit five days later, increasi

Source: Google News Sweden | Netizen 24 Sweden

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