ALM Europe: Basel II move "a traumatic event"

Speaking today at the Risk ALM Europe conference in London, Tyler warned: "There is no question that regulatory risk has increased with Basel II - banks have to have a lot more contact and dialogue with their regulators."

The Basel Committee's quantitative impact studies on the effects of the new rules found that they would on average produce a 26% reduction in capital requirements. But retail banks could find the reverse, Tyler said: higher expected loss rates for some parts of their business

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