Regulators accept reform package will need to be reshaped but claim no decisions will be taken until July's committee meeting
The ink was hardly dry on Basel II when the international financial crisis saw that agreement being ripped up and recreated as Basel III.
Regulators believe the IIF has over-estimated the effect of the planned Basel III reforms.
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