QIS 3 suggests Basel II op risk charges and insurance role

QIS 3, the survey issued to about 265 banks in some 50 countries on October 1 by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, seeks to establish how the Basel II accord would affect banks required to adopt its risk-based rules that are designed to make the world's banking system safer.

Basel II departs from the one-size-fits-all, minimum capital-to-asset ratio regime of the current Basel I pact, that dates from 1988 and which now applies to banks in more than 100 countries.

The aim is to align

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