European Parliament’s rapporteur for CRD IV suggests Basel III will hit European banks hardest and adjustments will be needed when the standards are transposed into European law
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Finma official hits back at industry criticisms of counterparty risk charge, but concedes political pressure to hurt OTC market is undeniable
Liquidity coverage ratio as it stands will cause problems for Hong Kong banks, says head of banking policy at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority
New rules mean banks will have to load-up on government debt, but one apparent beneficiary - debt management offices - are against the idea
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