Net stable funding ratio (NSFR)
Regulator will impose Basel III add-on if risks are not captured by LCR
Asia banks slow to follow European and US peers in pulling deposit services, says BTMU's Tomballe
Basel Committee, FSB and EBA open ears to balance sheet leverage concerns
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New approach to liquidity risk intended to reduce the regulation's pro-cyclicality
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