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"We need more information," is the cry that has gone up from regulators and market participants since the financial crisis took hold in the second half of 2007. Regulators didn't have enough data to spot the systemic risks building up, banks didn't have enough information on the exposures each held, while investors had too little detail to get a proper picture of the capital adequacy of the institutions in which they were investing. To remedy this, regulators want banks to report and disclose

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