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Hunch time

12 Jul 2018 By Christopher Thompson

The European Central Bank is probing how lenders including Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas and Société Générale value illiquid holdings. Like bad debts, regulators want to improve comparability. For the three banks, the result could be higher capital charges on 44 bln euros of assets.

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