FDIC plans series of Basel papers

At the same time, the agency, which oversees the deposit insurance system in the US, issued its first such paper: “Basel and the Evolution of Capital Regulation: Moving Forward, Looking Back”. The paper provides a discussion of the history of international banking regulation, and outlines the proposals as they stand at the moment. According to the paper, today the world’s largest banks hold $8 of regulatory capital for every $100 in loans to businesses. Under the new proposals, capital

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