All in Accord

South Africa’s top banks have always tried to keep up with international best practice, so they are moving ahead rapidly with preparations for Basel II, which they believe will become a benchmark internationally for risk management. But while they face similar challenges to banks elsewhere in preparing their processes and systems for the new capital Accord, they must also deal with a number of local issues, in terms of data, national interpretation of the regulations and the implications of

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