The most solvent banks in Europe

The solvency of the banks of any country has become the main factor when choosing the jurisdiction where one begins to develop his business and make foreign investments.

Working with the largest banks in the world and in Europe has become a necessity rather than a preference. The financial crisis that we all lived and whose consequences we can see simply by going out on the streets has made us doubt all the financial institutions and banks that offer us confidentiality, solvency and security in near future. Then whom can we trust?

The European Banking Authority is an organization that together with the European Central Bank identifies the most solvent banks in Europe. Together they perform a stress test that measures the level of solvency of European banks based on the ability of each bank to react to the microeconomic problems that may arise in a country.

The stress test is part of a recovery plan for the European Union banking sector and measures the solvency level of 124 banks in 28 countries giving a global picture of the European banking situation. The purpose of the test is to create a transparent and comprehensive forecast of the competitiveness of a financial institution when it comes to increasing profits, reacting quickly to economic and political changes, abstracting losses, discovering the vulnerabilities in the banks examined and ensuring a Prosperous services for its clients. Below you can see the forecast of the list of the countries with the most solvent banks for 2018. 

The countries that have the most solvent banks in Europe are the following:

1.Sweden
2.Netherlands
3.Finland
4.United Kingdom
5.Denmark
6.Norway
7.Luxembourg
8.Germany
9.France
10.Spain
11.Malta
12.Poland
13.Hungary
14.Latvia
15.Austria
16.Belgium
17.Ireland
18.Italy
19.Slovenia
20.Portugal
21.Greece
22.Cyprus