Bank of Thailand concerned over ‘unintended consequences’ of Basel III


The current form of the Basel III framework contains four areas that will have a negative impact on the banking sector and broader economy of Thailand and other Asian states, according to a senior official from the Bank of Thailand.

The central bank is planning to implement the Basel III capital adequacy ratios from the start of 2013 – two years ahead of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's proposed schedule. However, Tongurai Limpiti, assistant governor, financial institutions policy

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