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International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

on control, business lines, or group structure. 2/ Consolidated data for the seven main banking groups (IFRS). 3. The low asset impairments and contraction in costs have contributed to healthy bank profitability . Norwegian banks were considerably less impacted by the global financial crisis than banking sectors in the rest of Europe. Banks maintained positive profitability during the crisis, and have posted solid results in the low-interest rate environment ever since. At end–2014, the aggregate return on equity (ROE) for the banking sector was 12

International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

generally low levels of asset impairment of Dutch SIs, further intrusiveness by the supervisor is needed when assessing loan classification and valuation, building upon recent progress on credit file reviews and portfolio revaluations. 32. Supervisors need to encourage banks to adopt new standards for data aggregation . Weaknesses in data quality is thematic across the Dutch SIs impacting not only the accuracy of regulatory reporting but also the reliability of management information. These arise from ageing information technology infrastructure and legacy systems

Andreas Jobst and Mr. Juan Sole
This paper provides a conceptual overview of key aspects of the design and implementation of solvency stress testing of Islamic banks. Based on existing regulatory standards and prudential practice, the paper explains how Islamic finance principles and their impact on various risk drivers affect the capital assessment of asset-oriented financial intermediation under stress. The formal specification of these risk factors helps operationalize and integrate the stress testing of Islamic banks within established frameworks for financial stability analysis.