The aggregate common equity Tier 1 ratios of European banks rose to 14.3% at the end of June from 14.0% a year ago on a fully loaded basis, according to the European Banking Authority's latest assessment of risks in the banking sector.
The banks' fully phased-in leverage ratios were flat at 5.1%.
The banking systems of Iceland, Luxembourg and Finland led the capital table with aggregate CET1 ratios of 22.23%, 22.17% and 21.12%, respectively, as of June-end. Banks in Spain, Cyprus and Italy posted the lowest ratios of 11.07%, 11.38% and 11.88%, respectively.
Iceland's banking system also had the highest aggregate leverage ratio of 15.13% at the end of June although it was down from 16.67% at the end of 2017.
In contrast, Dutch banks had the lowest aggregate leverage ratio of 4.39% among banks in the sample, down from 4.54% at 2017-end.
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