Changes to bank capital rules on CCP exposures remove the need for bank clients to enter into contractual agreements to port trades to other clearing members
Revised Basel rules provide little capital incentive for clearing members to clear trades on behalf of clients, bankers argue
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“It’s good to have hard deadlines”
Even if CDS contracts are not triggered in Greek restructuring, Basel III's CVA charge ensures the market will live on - but episode raises fresh questions about design of capital framework, dealers...
Adding to Basel III capital levels might have unintended consequences, says former chair of Basel Committee’s standards implementation group
The increasing need for liquid, high grade assets under Basel III capital requirements will likely squeeze liquidity in the types of eligible collateral required by central counterparty (CCP) cleari...
Basel Committee is expected to consider wide range of topics, including VAR, liquidity, CVA and the line between banking and trading books - but overall capital requirements are not likely to change
“We do not have a liquidity issue”
Systemic risk committee at the Bank of England calls for power to use tools - such as liquidity and leverage ratios, and margin standards - to influence systemic risk
As banks prepare for year-end introduction of new trading book rules, poll respondents single out the framework's modular approach for criticism
More US banks expected to employ AMA, while new stress-testing proposals increase interest in operational risk quantification among smaller banks
CVA charge and Basel 2.5 rules incoherent and over-complicated, say dealers
Jonathan Faull dismisses suggestions CRD IV will lead to uneven application of Basel III
Basel Committee is working on criteria to decide what counts as a liquid asset, but secretary general says no decisions have yet been taken on how – or whether – to change the LCR
Basel III arms race begins with product that uses a rolling, embedded option to keep deposits outside bounds of new liquidity ratio
Masao Hasegawa, CRO at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, says he was taken aback by a regulatory requirement to develop a resolution and recovery plan before year-end
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