EBA’s data-driven risk assessment offers mixed indicators

Posted on April 15, 2024 by Editor

The European Banking Authority (EBA) recently released its quarterly Risk Dashboard (RDB) for Q4 2023, offering insights into the financial health of the largest EU/EEA institutions. While the report highlights record-high levels of bank capitalisation and improved liquidity, it also signals early indications of credit quality deterioration.

One of the crucial aspects enabling the EBA to compile and analyse this comprehensive data is its access to structured, XBRL-formatted information. This structured data allows the EBA to efficiently collect, aggregate, and analyse data from a wide range of banks across borders and sectors. By leveraging harmonised definitions and standardised reporting frameworks the EBA ensures the availability of open, comparable data crucial for conducting in-depth analysis and identifying trends, risks, and vulnerabilities in the financial markets.

The Risk Dashboard provides valuable insights into various key indicators, including capital position, liquidity, asset quality, and profitability, enabling regulators, investors, and stakeholders to make informed decisions and take necessary actions to maintain financial stability.

Check it out for yourself here.

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