What the banking industry (and others) told the Basle regulators


The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates said the op risk capital charge may be left to the discretion of the national supervisor, and should be based not only on quantitative factors, but should take account of qualitative factors. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka said the basic indicator and standardised approaches seemed inconsistent with the main objective of Basle II, namely the enhancing of competitive equality with the more risk-sensitive capital requirements. The bank

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