Top 1000 World Banks 2017 - Europe video

Europe Editor Stefanie Linhardt discusses The Banker's Top 1000 results and explains why banks in eastern Europe have fared better than those in western Europe

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    Western Europe is once again lagging other regions, with many banks reducing their capitalisation. The main exception were the French banks, which increased both capitalisation and profits. Stefanie Linhardt reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - Resurgent Russian banks dominate in CEE ranking

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    Russian banks dominate the 2017 central and eastern Europe rankings, with more making it into the Top 1000. And while Ukraine’s State Savings Bank has moved up the list, it is the country’s only bank left in the ranking. Stefanie Linhardt reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - Global soundness improves but weaknesses persists in Europe

    July 3, 2017

    While in general the Top 1000 banks present a better picture with regards to capital adequacy, western Europe is lagging the trend. Joy Macknight reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - Western Europe weakens as Asia surge continues

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    Top 1000 World Banks - Europe continues to grapple with NPLs

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