Overall recovery capacity: getting it right

Overall recovery capacity – the extent to which a bank can restore its capital and liquidity in crisis situations – is a good indicator of a bank’s resilience. It is included in banks’ recovery plans and must be based on realistic calculations and accurate reporting.


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