EBA announced that the annual 2021 EU-wide transparency exercise is planned to be launched in September 2021, which will cover data from the second half of 2020 and the first half of 2021. EBA will also release information on bank exposures and asset quality during the crisis. The results of the transparency exercise are expected to be published at the beginning of December 2021, along with the EBA Risk Assessment Report.
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