Asian-Pacific banks must learn to cope with Basel III

03/1/2011 | Asia Risk (Hong Kong) (subscription required)

The financial crisis started in the U.S. and spread to Europe and other parts of the world, but banks in Asia-Pacific survived the meltdown relatively unscathed. However, Asian-Pacific financial institutions are still required to adhere to the Basel III liquidity regulations. The situation could force the banks as well as their regulators into uncharted territory.

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