The EBA figures are only being released on Sunday to coincide with the European summit, but Mr Leterme has already commented on the implications for Belgium.
The prime minister was addressing a group of senators, MPs and Euro MPs in parliament on Friday. He told the lawmakers that according to the EBA Belgian banks did not require a capital injection to cope with the present crisis. The Belgian banks concerned are BNP Paribas Fortis, KBC and Dexia Bank Belgium that is now state owned.
Mr Leterme confirmed plans to enlarge the EU's emergency fund, the EFSF. This won't happen by asking Eurozone countries to guarantee bad loans, but probably through a system by which the EFSF will guarantee certain sovereign bonds to the tune of 20%.