Aircraft industry struggling to obtain long-term financing – and some industry officials say Basel III is at least partly to blame
On the scrapheap
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A matter of taste
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Attendees at ACT conference raise concerns about increased lending costs after Bank of England’s Tucker argues for powers to raise sectoral capital levels
Banks using a PIT model instead of a TTC model may receive a capital saving for the Basel III counter-cyclical capital buffer but such an approach might not be viewed as within the spirit of the rul...
Initial findings of a review led by the European Banking Federation suggests differences in regulatory regimes could be behind a divergence in RWA numbers
Time for scrutiny
New Zealand regulators have opted to bring in the capital conservation and counter-cyclical buffers ahead of the Basel Committee schedule – but market participants are unsure if this is necessary
Aircraft, shipping and project finance all set to lose out as banks seek to constrain capital consumption, panellists warn
Market risk hedges should be recognised when calculating CVA capital charge, says HSBC market risk modelling head
Supervisors should embrace new form of securitisation to encourage bank lending, argues Ernst & Young’s Patricia Jackson
Banks have nine months until elements of Basel III are due to come into force, but details of implementing legislation are still being debated
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