EBA stress test 2016

EBA stress test 2016 – unchanged CET1 ratio of 14.3 per cent for the DNB Bank Group.

The DNB Bank Group has been part of the European Banking Authority (EBA) stress test based on the year-end figures for 2015.
The adverse scenario stress test result for the DNB Bank Group shows an unchanged CET1 ratio of 14.3 per cent. DNB maintains positive results before dividend during the stress test period (2016 – 2018) which according to the EBA methodology gives a stable capital base. The risk exposure amount is also unchanged due to the effects of the unique Norwegian transitional rule based on the no risk sensitive Basel I system. DNB is satisfied with the stress test results which demonstrate the resilience of the bank’s earnings capacity and capital position.

Contact:
Rune Helland
Director Investor Relations
+47 97713250
Rune.Helland@dnb.no

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