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A look at European banks that flunked test

October 26, 2014

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A total of 13 European banks have been asked to strengthen their finances after a broad review of their books.

Here is a look at which banks they are, what country they are based in, and by how much they must increase their capital buffers.

CountryBankRequired increase to financial buffers
AustriaOesterreichische Volksbanken-AG860 million euros ($1.08 billion)
BelgiumDexia NV340 million euros ($430 million)
CyprusHellenic Bank Public Company Ltd180 million euros ($228 million)
GreeceEurobank Ergasias1.76 billion euros ($2.2 billion)
GreeceNational Bank of Greece930 million euros ($1.18 billion)
IrelandPermanent TSB PLC850 million euros ($1.08 billion)
ItalyBanca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA2.11 billion euros ($2.67 billion)
ItalyBanca Carige SpA810 million euros ($1.03 billion)
ItalyBanca Popolare di Milano170 million euros ($215 million)
ItalyBanca Popolare di Vicenza220 million euros ($279 million)
PortugalBanco Comercial Portugues1.15 billion euros ($1.46 billion)
SloveniaNova Kreditna Banka Maribor30 million euros ($38 million)
SloveniaNova Ljubljanska Banka30 million euros ($38 million)

Source: European Central Bank, European Banking Authority

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