Regulators in Accord

Basel II is set for full implementation across Europe and parts of the Middle East and Asia from this month. Ahmet Yetis looks at the approach taken by regulators across the globe

Almost nine years have passed since the first version of the Basel II Accord was published in 1999. The capital rules themselves, and their implementation timelines, have been revised on many occasions since. When the new Accord was finalised in 2004, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision set the target effective dates as year-end 2006 for the basic approaches and year-end 2007 for the advanced approaches. However, most of the supervisors within those countries that decided to adopt the

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