Taking it slow

With less than a year to go until the final Basel II requirements are published, and with implementation scheduled for the end of 2006, it seems most of Hong Kong’s banks have now decided on which approach they will adopt. With a shortage of default data to some extent limiting their options, most of the territory’s banks have set their sights on the standardised approach to managing risk.

Exceptions to the rule are likely to be the international groups with significant operations in Hong Kong

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