Core Tier 1


Core Tier 1
Core Tier 1 is one of the main capital ratios used to assess the solidity of banks. It is a bank’s primary capital, made up of shares, reserves arising from retained earnings net of taxes, and some hybrid securities. The higher the Core Tier 1, the more solid the bank. The stress tests carried out by the European Banking Authority (EBA) set a minimum threshold of 5%, but now the EU is asking to increase it to 9%.
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