Risk South Africa: regulators may resist proposed Basel liquidity ratios, warns Bezuidenhout

South African regulators could resist the implementation of new liquidity ratios if the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision does not relax its current proposal, warns André Bezuidenhout, head of the financial stability department at the South African Reserve Bank.

Speaking at the Risk South Africa conference in Cape Town, Bezuidenhout said he believed the liquidity measures, proposed by the Basel Committee last December, were very severe and may have to be amended in South Africa. "There has

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