The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision was told in January by its own oversight board that more work is needed to close the loopholes in Basel II.
The board – composed of central bank governors and heads of supervision – highlighted several areas of concern. First, it asked that the Committee produce a practical proposal for a provisioning approach based on expected credit losses rather than incurred losses by March 2010. Although guiding principles have already been issued to help accountin
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