Risk-based capital creates right incentives for banks, according to head of Basel Committee secretariat - but critics claim supervisors are making models less risk-sensitive
Regulators should be more intuitive in their approach to capital levels, EIB treasury risk head tells conference
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Banks could issue more subordinated debt to protect senior creditors from the threat of a bail-in – in theory. But Bank of Ireland capital head says the market is too thin
Sequencing of the reforms is wrong, Société Générale's chief European economist tells conference
A reliance on liquid demand deposits may pose problems for Indonesian banks with no other obvious sources of funding
Meeting Basel III liquidity requirements will mean banks in the Special Administrative Region will need to look locally, according to KPMG
As banks get to grips with the business and financial implications of Basel III, the next step for many is to understand how they can develop their banking infrastructure to implement the regulations. Pierre-Etienne Chabanel, Senior Director, Moody’s...
The impact of an increasingly competitive landscape for retail deposits in Australia will felt in pricing, not liquidity – with the growing appeal of other asset classes a more significant threat to deposit levels
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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