Christian Stiefmϋller

The ECB was criticised by the European Court of Auditors over flaws in the way it designates banks as failing or likely to fail. While industry sources believe that the auditors have made some valid points, they do not think the flaws are potentially fatal to the designation process. By Justin Pugsley

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