Top banks in EU given deadline for recovery plans
LONDON (Reuters) - Top banks in the European Union must present plans by the end of this year spelling out how they would survive a major shock, the European Banking Authority said on Wednesday.
"The plans shall be submitted to the respective competent authorities and discussed within colleges of supervisors," the EBA said in a statement.
The pan-EU regulator said the requirement will affect 39 named banks.
(Reporting by Huw Jones)
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