Bank funding may stabilise this quarter

Irish lenders’ retail and wholesale funding is expected to be “broadly unchanged” in the first quarter, according to the Central Bank.

1st February, 2012
Bank funding may stabilise this quarter
The Central Bank.

Irish lenders’ retail and wholesale funding is expected to be “broadly unchanged” in the first quarter, following a deterioration in the last three months of 2011, according to the Central Bank, citing answers given by five banks as part of a eurozone bank lending survey.

Banks are expected to lower their risk-weighted assets and increase their capital positions in the first half of this year in response to emerging regulatory requirements, continuing a...

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