Room for improvement in Pillar III disclosures, says BIS


The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision last month confirmed changes to Basel II that will require banks to substantially improve their current levels of disclosure. But banks have warned that too much disclosure could confuse investors.

On July 13, the Basel Committee published an extensive list of enhancements to the three pillars of Basel II. While much of the attention will be on revisions to Pillar I (minimum capital requirements) and Pillar II (the supervisory review process), changes

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