European Union finance ministers have given a clear signal that the Greek government has done enough to secure an extension of its €172bn bailout. But the solvency of Greek banks remains a concern. Daniele Nouy, head of the ECB's supervisory wing, spoke to Patrick Jenkins and colleagues about how capable Greece's banks are of weathering the storm.

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