Thai regulators plan Basel II impact study

Bank of Thailand deputy governor Tanya Sirivedhin said in December that Thai supervisors realise that "both planned and unforeseen challenges" will mark the country's path to eventual compliance with the accord.

The Basel II accord is intended in the first instance to apply from 2005 to large international banks of the Group of 10 (G-10) leading economies. But the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the architect of Basel II and the body that in effect regulates international banking

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