Tier one capital
Race to the top likely on Basel and other rules
Consultation undermines level playing field between banks and insurers on capital issuance
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The adjustment bureau
On the scrapheap
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BlackRock chief calls for perpetual preferred shares to be counted towards Tier I capital at Europe's banks
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