Digital & Resilience

ESAs warn banks and supervisors to prepare for ‘bad times’

By Justin Pugsley
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Deteriorating economic conditions, high energy prices and soaring inflation have increased financial sector vulnerabilities, said the joint Autumn risk report by the three European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) which advised firms and supervisors to plan for a challenging environment. 

On September 12, the three bodies advised financial firms and supervisors to ...

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