FSB says capital and liquidity rules will vary worldwide

10/21/2010 | Bloomberg · Reuters

Mario Draghi, chairman of the Financial Stability Board, said capital and liquidity rules for systemically important financial institutions are "going to be different from country to country". Draghi said regulators will continue to seek ways to ensure that major banks are able to weather serious financial shocks. He said differences in regulation of banks seen as "too big to fail" are inevitable because of varying business models at such companies.

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