Revised Basel III would give banks more time and flexibility

07/28/2010 | Reuters

Changes to the Basel III proposal relax many provisions that had banks worried. Financial institutions would feel less urgency to add a huge amount of capital, with proposed liquidity rules and a cap on debt set to be phased in gradually. The way banks' capital is adjusted for exposure to other banks' risks would be applied in a more flexible manner.

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