SME debate delays next Basel II paper

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has delayed its next consultative paper for Basel II, the new rules that will determine the amount of regulatory capital internationally active banks put aside against risk.

The next consultative paper, dubbed CP3, was due for release in February or March next year. But failure to address capital requirement calibrations for small- to medium-sized enterprise loans (Risk December 2001, pages 24–28), among other matters, has forced an as yet

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