U.S. regulators postpone Basel III implementation

11/11/2012 | Bloomberg · MarketWatch · CNBC

The Federal Reserve and other U.S. regulators decided to postpone the implementation of Basel III capital rules for the nation's banks. The rules were supposed to go in effect Jan. 1. Regulatory agencies seek to align U.S. rules with standards determined by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Read SIFMA's statement on the extension.

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