BoJ and JFSA officials seek bank capital clarity

BoJ’s Nakaso suggests moratorium after current rule-book changes are complete

Bank of Japan: industry needs reform moratorium

Officials at the Bank of Japan (BoJ) and the country's Financial Services Agency (FSA) have called for outstanding elements of the bank capital framework to be finalised as soon as possible, so the industry can plan for the future.

In separate interviews with Risk, BoJ deputy governor Hiroshi Nakaso and the FSA's deputy commissioner for international affairs, Shunsuke Shirakawa, expressed concern about ongoing regulatory uncertainty, with Nakaso saying regulators should finish the reform project

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