Annex 2: Boxes 2007-2012

November 2012
Financial Stability;Nov2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p33
Trade Publication
A timeline is presented of events following the 2007-2012 including a proposal for European banking union, stress testing of banks and capital requirement of banks in euro area.


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