Basel III TLAC shortfall widens to €30bn

Three systemic banks responsible for the increase in latest Basel Committee assessment

Three systemic banks are currently €29.8 billion ($31.6 billion) short of the minimum total loss-absorbing capacity (TLAC) requirements they need to comply with Basel III on a fully loaded basis from 2028 onwards, analysis by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision shows.

Based on end-June 2022 data, the study involved 25 of the 30 global systemically important banks. The aggregate TLAC shortfall was €5.3 billion smaller than under the initial Basel III reforms, but almost four times larger

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