Danish regulators push for more flexible Basel III liquidity rules

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Denmark proposes change to LCR

Although the Basel III ink is barely dry, critics of the controversial new liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) are already pressing for an overhaul as part of a process that will see the rules transposed into European Union (EU) law. The regulations, published on December 16, specify which assets can be included in LCR buffers, but Danish regulators - with support from the country's government and other EU members - want to see a more flexible test introduced instead.

The Danes hope such a test would

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