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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Beyond Basel 2.5
Patchwork of risk measures - including standalone CVA charge - may be left intact
A stricter approach to the modelling of bank capital is "high likely", as a result of concerns that risk-weighted asset numbers are too divergent
Dealers will have to change the way they approach long-dated derivatives business, says Barclays Capital’s Jerry del Missier
The head of the Philippine central bank explains how Basel III has a “perverse” impact on countries with strong fiscal discipline and why the Sifi designation is less important than rigorous reg...
Updated guidance on foreign exchange settlement risk from the Basel Committee and CPSS was originally expected by the end of 2011, but now has an expanded remit
The scrapping of the level 1 and level 2 distinction for liquid assets is also discussed as the committee reviews the liquidity coverage ratio
Country risk classifications "are not sovereign ratings" says OECD. US regulators last month proposed using them as an alternative to external credit ratings
Fifty-four per cent of respondents say new capital rules for bank exposures to central counterparty default funds makes it unattractive to offer client clearing services
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