Basel II delay looking increasingly likely

A substantial number of respondents to the third consultative paper (CP3), issued by the Basel Committee in April, have asked for a delay of some sort in order to better prepare themselves for the new framework. Emerging market respondents, in particular, have pointed out that a 2006 deadline for implementing the framework is unrealistic, given the limited financial and human resources many institutions in those markets are faced with. Also, sophisticated international banks have asked for a

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