Systemic risks to financial stability improving but remain elevated

Ljubljana – The general gravity of systemic risks to financial stability has been reduced as the economy has rebounded, but there are elevated risks stemming from the housing market and the long-term profitability of banks, according to the central bank’s latest Financial Stability Review. “Year-on-year growth in housing prices exceeded the EU average by almost two percentage points in the first quarter,” vice-governor Primož Dolenc told the press on Monday. The share of fixed-interest loans has been rising and 71% of all housing loans approved in the first half of…

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