Building a capital plan

Generally, banks have made good progress in implementing the number-crunching requirements of Pillar I of the Basel II capital framework, but are further behind in addressing the more subjective and management-process aspects of Pillar II, which covers supervisory review. Part of this is caused by the need for the quantitative risk teams to be able to present their analysis in very simple, intuitive terms to a broader audience, so it can be used more actively by the board and the

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