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Factbox: Banks to be included in ECB's asset-quality review

The European Central Bank said on Wednesday the following 128 banks would be included in the upcoming asset-quality review of the common currency bloc's top banks.AUSTRIABAWAG P.S.K. Bank fÛÛr Arbeit und Wirtschaft und Oesterreichische Postsparkasse AGErste Group Bank AGRaiffeisenlandesbank Oberoesterreich AGRaiffeisenlandesbank Niederoesterreich-Wien AGRaiffeisen Zentralbank Oesterreich AGOesterreichische Volksbanken-AG with credit institutions affiliated according to Article 10 of the CRRBELGIUMAXA Bank Europe SABelfius Banque SADexia NVInvestar (Holding of Argenta Bank- en Verzekeringsgroep)KBC Group NVThe Bank of New York Mellon SACYPRUSBank of Cyprus Public Company LtdCo-operative Central Bank LtdHellenic Bank Public Company LtdRussian Commercial Bank (Cyprus) LtdGERMANYAareal Bank AGBayerische LandesbankCommerzbank AGDekaBank Deutsche GirozentraleDeutsche Apotheker- und Aerztebank eGDeutsche Bank AGDZ Bank AG Deutsche Zentral-GenossenschaftsbankHASPA FinanzholdingHSH Nordbank AGH...

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