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Banks Said to Face EU Tests on Capital, Liquidity

European Union regulators will discuss plans to conduct separate stress tests on bank capital and liquidity provisions at a meeting tomorrow, a person familiar with the negotiations said.

Supervisors at the European Banking Authority in London will decide what sort of information lenders should provide for this year’s EU-wide stress tests on capital, as well as possible exams on liquidity, said the person, who declined to be identified because the meetings are private. Regulators will also choose an interim chairman to manage the EBA until a permanent chief is installed later this year.