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The challenges facing private financial institutions in complying with Basel II have been discussed for years. A closely related consideration is the difficult transition faced by banking supervisors. The allowed use of internal models to calculate minimum regulatory capital for market risk was a landmark event in the history of banking supervision. Like many banking risk practitioners at the time, I was delighted by this initiative, as it eliminated the need to maintain a separate regulatory

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