JFSA calls for more dynamic approach to bank regulation

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International capital adequacy rules alone will not achieve the goal of financial stability and regulators should take a more dynamic approach to bank supervision, according to a top Japanese financial regulator, who unveiled plans for a broader prudential policy framework.

Nobuchika Mori, commissioner of Japan's Financial Services Agency (JFSA), said the agency intends to release a paper with plans for a revamped approach to prudential supervision before the summer, which will seek to consider

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