A cleaning worker walks past the headquarters of National Bank of Greece, in Athens, on Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014. The European Central Bank says 13 of Europe's 130 biggest banks have flunked an in-depth review of their finances and must increase their capital buffers against losses by 10 billion euros ($12.5 billion). The ECB said 25 banks in all were found to need stronger buffers — but that 12 have already made up their shortfall. The remaining 13 now have two weeks to tell the ECB how they plan to increase their capital buffers. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
(The Associated Press)
FRANKFURT, Germany – A total of 13 European banks have been asked to strengthen their finances after a broad review of their books.
Here is a look at which banks they are, what country they are based in, and by how much they must increase their capital buffers.
Source: European Central Bank, European Banking Authority