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Financial Stability Report

2002 - 2021

Current editor(s): Andreas Ittner, Doris Ritzberger-Gruenwald, Michael Wuerz and Martin Schuerz

From Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Austrian Central Bank)
P.O. Box 61, A-1011 Vienna, Austria.
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2021, issue 41

The calm before the storm? Insolvencies during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 57-76 Downloads
Helmut Elsinger, Pirmin Fessler, Stefan Kerbl, Anita Schneider, Martin Schürz and Stefan Wiesinger
COVID-19-related payment moratoria and public guarantees for loans – stocktaking and outlook pp. 77-88 Downloads
Stephan Fidesser, Andreas Greiner, Ines Ladurner, Zofia Mrazova, Christof Schweiger, Ralph Spitzer and Elisabeth Woschnagg

2020, issue 40

Austrian banks’ exposure to climate-related transition risk pp. 31-44 Downloads
Stefano Battiston, Martin Guth, Irene Monasterolo, Benjamin Neudorfer and Wolfgang Pointner
Modeling the COVID-19 effects on the Austrian economy and banking system pp. 63-86 Downloads
Martin Guth, Christian Lipp, Claus Puhr and Martin Schneider
The Austrian bank branch network from 2000 to 2019 from a spatial perspective pp. 87-101 Downloads
Helmut Stix
Green finance – opportunities for the Austrian financial sector Downloads
Andreas Breitenfellner, Susanne Hasenhüttl, Georg Lehmann and Andreas Tschulik

2020, issue 39

Mapping financial vulnerability in CESEE: understanding risk-bearing capacities of households is key in times of crisis pp. 71-87 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete, Pirmin Fessler and Maximilian Propst
Austrian banks’ lending risk appetite in times of expansive monetary policy and tightening capital regulation pp. 89-109 Downloads
Stefan Kerbl and Katharina Steiner

2019, issue 38

Climate change as a risk to financial stability pp. 30-45 Downloads
Wolfgang Pointner and Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald
Small but buzzing: the Austrian fintech ecosystem pp. 46-55 Downloads
Michael Boss, Konrad Richter, Andreas Timel and Philipp Weiss
The recent upswing in corporate loan growth in Austria – a first risk assessment pp. 56-73 Downloads
Andreas Greiner, Katharina Steiner and Walter Waschiczek
Nonbank financial intermediation in Austria – developments since 2008 pp. 74-86 Downloads
Thomas Pöchel, Alexandra Schober-Rhomberg, Alexander Trachta and Matthias Wicho
OeNB Macroprudential Policy Conference – Financial stability in 2030: Maintaining effectiveness while reducing regulatory complexity pp. 87-94 Downloads
Michaela Posch and Stefan Schmitz

2019, issue 37

Who puts our financial system at risk? A methodological approach to identify banks with potential significant negative effects on financial stability pp. 57-72 Downloads
Judith Eidenberger, Vanessa Redak and Eva Ubl
Quantifying interest rate risk and the effect of model assumptions behind sight deposits pp. 73-85 Downloads
Stefan Kerbl, Boris Simunovic and Andreas Wolf

2018, issue 36

European retail payments market integration and fintech: a case study approach pp. 25-39 Downloads
Katharina Allinger
Nonperforming exposures of Austrian banks – decomposing aggregate measures pp. 40-55 Downloads
Petra Bärnthaler, Helmut Elsinger, Pirmin Fessler and Elisabeth Woschnagg
Funding growth and innovation in Austria – financing conditions for SMEs and start-ups pp. 56-72 Downloads
Helmut Gassler, Wolfgang Pointner and Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald
Improved own funds levels: effects on banks’ “problem probability” pp. 73-81 Downloads
Stefan Kerbl and Christoph Leitner
Lending to households in CESEE with regard to Austrian banking subsidiaries and macroprudential measures addressing credit-related risks pp. 82-93 Downloads
Tina Wittenberger

2018, issue 35

Digitalization in financial services and household finance: fintech, financial literacy and financial stability pp. 50-58 Downloads
Helmut Elsinger, Pirmin Fessler, Judith Feyrer, Konrad Richter, Maria Silgoner and Andreas Timel
The Russian banking sector: between instability and recovery pp. 59-66 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz
One policy to rule them all? On the effectiveness of LTV, DTI and DSTI ratio limits as macroprudential policy tools pp. 67-83 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete, Pirmin Fessler and Peter Lindner

2017, issue 34

Profitability of Austrian banks ’ domestic business from 1995 to 2016: driving forces, current challenges and future opportunities pp. 52-67 Downloads
Gernot Ebner, Eleonora Endlich, Andreas Greiner, Manuel Gruber, Stefan Kavan, Marie Theres Kraihammer, Martin Ohms, Vanessa Redak, Alexandra Schober-Rhomberg and Daniela Widhalm
Comparability of Basel risk weights in the EU banking sector pp. 68-89 Downloads
Sophia Döme and Stefan Kerbl

2017, issue 33

Simulating the impact of borrower-based macroprudential policies on mortgages and the real estate sector in Austria – evidence from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey 2014 pp. 52-68 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete and Peter Lindner
Ukraine’s banking sector: still very weak, but some signs of improvement pp. 69-77 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Mathias Lahnsteiner
What drives Austrian banking subsidiaries’ return on equity in CESEE and how does it compare to their cost of equity? pp. 78-87 Downloads
Manuel Gruber, Stefan Kavan and Paul Stockert
The resilience of households in bank bail-ins pp. 88-101 Downloads
Peter Lindner and Vanessa Redak

2016, issue 32

The profitability of Austrian banking subsidiaries in CESEE: driving forces, current challenges and opportunities pp. 64-79 Downloads
Gernot Ebner, Eleonora Endlich, Andreas Greiner, Manuel Gruber, Günther Hobl, Stefan Kavan, Martin Ohms, Vanessa Redak, Alexandra Schober-Rhomberg, Paul Stockert, Daniela Widhalm and Tina Wittenberger
Banking employment in Austria pp. 80-100 Downloads
Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald, Alfred Stiglbauer and Walter Waschiczek
Bail-in: who invests in noncovered debt securities issued by euro area banks? pp. 101-119 Downloads
Claudia Pigrum, Thomas Reininger and Caroline Stern
From low to negative rates: an asymmetric dilemma pp. 120-137 Downloads
Stefan Kerbl and Michael Sigmund

2016, issue 31

The distribution of residential property price changes across homeowners and its implications for financial stability in Austria pp. 62-81 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete, Pirmin Fessler and Peter Lindner
Minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL) – initial assessment for Austrian banks and selected subsidiaries in the EU pp. 82-95 Downloads
Johannes Langthaler, Valentina Metz, Patrick Pechmann, Konrad Richter, Bernhard Rottensteiner, Daniel Unterkofler and Philipp Weiss
Corporate financing in Austria in the run-up to capital markets union (This study is also available in German) pp. 96-119 Downloads
Helmut Elsinger, Robert Köck, Marcel Kropp and Walter Waschiczek

2015, issue 30

Analyzing the systemic risks of alternative investment funds based on AIFMD reporting: a primer pp. 62-70 Downloads
Georg Lehecka and Eva Ubl
The Russian banking sector – heightened risks in a difficult environment pp. 71-84 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz
Systemic liquidity and macroprudential supervision pp. 85-92 Downloads
Aerdt Houben, Stefan Schmitz and Michael Wedow

2015, issue 29

Ukraine: struggling banking sector amid substantial uncertainty pp. 72-92 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz and Zuzana Fungáčová
Foreign currency borrowers in Austria – evidence from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey pp. 93-109 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete and Peter Lindner
When Austrian banks cross borders pp. 110-121 Downloads
Esther Segalla

2014, issue 28

Austrian Banks in the Comprehensive Assessment pp. 54-58 Downloads
Maximilian Fandl and Robert Ferstl
Austrian Subsidiaries’ Profitability in the Czech Republic and Slovakia – CESEE Margins with an Austrian Risk Profile pp. 59-68 Downloads
Stefan Kavan and Daniela Widhalm
Workshop Summary: Are House Prices Endangering Financial Stability? If So, How Can We Counteract This? pp. 69-74 Downloads
Martin Schneider and Karin Wagner
The Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive and the EU’s Crisis Management Framework: Principles, Interplay with the Comprehensive Assessment and the Consequences for Recapitalizing Credit Institutions in Crisis Situations pp. 75-90 Downloads
Dieter Huber and Georg Merc

2014, issue 27

The Priorities of Deleveraging in the Euro Area and Austria and Its Implications for CE SEE pp. 50-63 Downloads
Judith Eidenberger, Stefan Schmitz and Katharina Steiner
Macrofinancial Developments in Ukraine, Russia and Turkey from an Austrian Financial Stability Perspective pp. 64-73 Downloads
Stephan Barisitz, Mathias Lahnsteiner, Daniela Widhalm and Tina Wittenberger
Capital Market Development in CESEE and the Need for Further Reform pp. 74-82 Downloads
Krisztina Jäger-Gyovai
Macroprudential Supervision: A Key Lesson from the Financial Crisis pp. 83-94 Downloads
Judith Eidenberger, David Liebeg, Stefan Schmitz, Reinhardt Seliger, Michael Sigmund, Katharina Steiner, Peter Strobl and Eva Ubl
Risk-Bearing Capacity of Households – Linking Micro-Level Data to the Macroprudential Toolkit pp. 95-110 Downloads
Nicolas Albacete, Judith Eidenberger, Gerald Krenn, Peter Lindner and Michael Sigmund
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