European Parliament poised to defend corporate CVA exemption

Banks will not have to hold capital against the credit valuation adjustment (CVA) generated by trades with corporate end-users and sovereign entities, under the latest draft version of European proposals on bank capital requirements.

Trilogue negotiations between the European Commission, European Parliament and Council of the European Union on the fourth Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV) and Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR IV) – which will transpose Basel III into European law – are

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