Does the BBK group: for its part, the BBK group counts with a core Tier 1 capital? 8.8% (11.3% with provisions and other instruments). Banco Santander: has 8.4% (8.9%). Behind after the Bank that presides Emilio Botin would be box Spain-Caja Duero, which boasts a level of resources of the highest quality of the 7.3% (8.4% with provisions), in both EFFIBANK (formed by Cajastur and boxes of Cantabria and Extremadura), it has in 6.8% (8.3%). The solvency of Ibercaja stands at 6.7% (7.3% with provisions); that of La Caixa, at 6.4% (9.1%); of the Caixa Pollensa, at 6.2% (8%); and group BMN, at 6.1% (9.3%). Banco Sabadell, with a level of resources of the highest quality of 5.7% is situated below 6% (8% with provisions and other instruments); the Caixa Ontinyent, 5.6 % (7.2% with provisions); and Banca Civica, 5.6%, which would get 9.4% taking into account the provisions and other assets.
Financial Bank and savings account with a core capital of 5.4%, while taking into account the mattress of provisions, reaches 6.5%. For its part, Bankinter, Banco Popular and NovacaixGalicia reach a solvency of 5.3%. In the case of the Banco Popular, if taken into account the provisions and other instruments, this percentage rises to 7.4%, in the case of Bankinter, in the Galician box, to 6.5% and 6.8%. Pending after these entities are already solvency tests, which are CAM, Banco Pastor, Caja3, Unnim and CatalunyCaixa, since they get less than 5 per cent of resources of the highest quality which have been suspended. However, relying on provisions and other items, all these entities would outweigh above 5%. Source of the news: most creditworthy entities in Spain: Banca March, the Kutxa, Unicaja, BBVA, BBK and Santander.