Top CROs worry about Basel III consistency


A lack of consistency in the application of Basel 2.5 and Basel III standards is worrying chief risk officers (CROs) at some of the world's largest banks, according to a new research report published by Risk.

Basel 2.5 sets out a series of changes to trading book rules, and was implemented from the end of last year – although implementation in the US has been delayed until regulators come up with an alternative for credit ratings, as required by the Dodd-Frank Act. Basel III, which includes high

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