Capital Comments Needed

Keating, Frank
October 2012
Illinois Banker;Oct2012, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p11
The article offers insight on the significance of comments for the proposed Basel III, the international regime for bank capital in the U.S. It points out that Basel III proposals would increase minimum capital requirements, increase asset class risk-weights, and narrow the capital definition. It adds that complicated capital rules and formulas need to be applied.


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