A new 2.5% minimum loan-loss reserve requirement to be implemented in China under Basel III is likely to reduce the ability of banks to distribute profits to shareholders
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision reveals risk-adjusted remuneration report; urges large firms to move away from remunerating employees based purely on profits
Working group is also considering raising betas in the Basel II standardised approach to encourage movement towards the AMA, but some say this is not the answer
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Switch of assets to trading book and subsequent sales meant to limit Basel III capital impact, says Citi's CFO
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