Asia’s banks move to meet new capital and liquidity rules

A capital plan


Bankers in Asia Pacific are quick to point out that financial institutions in the region emerged from the financial crisis relatively unscathed compared with their European and US counterparts, some of which are still struggling to restore their reputations following government bail-outs. There is also a consensus that Asian banks are well capitalised compared to many of their peers around the world.

Nevertheless, many banks are taking advantage of a window of opportunity open until January 1

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