European banks nervous over pillar II implementation

London – European banks are concerned about how the continent’s regulators plan to enforce pillar II of the revised Basel Accord. They fear that pillar II will be overlooked as regulators put more effort into coping with the credit risk portion of pillar I, according to a new survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the international consultancy firm.

The revised Basel Accord contains three pillars – the first contains specific capital requirements, while pillar II calls for a firm-specific

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