System improvements needed for Basel II still uncertain

Regulators will need significant feedback from the banking industry to develop the final capital adequacy regimes that will apply, reasonably consistently, in all major countries, Kevin Ryan of the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) said. Ryan is an associate in the prudential standards division of the FSA, the UK’s chief financial market watchdog.

But in general any measures by firms to improve risk measurement and management should be beneficial as that is the point of the risk

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