Internal affairs

Basel II

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Under Pillar II of the new Basel II regulatory capital framework1, banks are required to have a formalised internal process in place for assessing their capital adequacy, taking into account the nature and magnitude of the various risks to which they are exposed. Banking supervisors are then expected to review these internal processes and to assess whether the banks' minimum regulatory capital requirements should be increased above the absolute Pillar I minimum.

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