Writing love letters to models

Love letters to models


Old love letters are deeply private. If they are kept at all, it should be in a locked box at the bottom of a locked drawer. The drawer should be part of a desk that stands in the furthest corner of a locked attic. In any event, they should not be published online.

As such, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision might want to consider taking down a document first written in January 2001, titled The New Basel Capital Accord: an explanatory note. In essence, it’s the love letter regulators

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