AxiomSL: Basel IV: No time for banks to take their foot off the pedal

Regulation of the financial markets is a never-ending process of modification, improvement and extension. Nowhere is this clearer than in the case of the Basel Accords.

It is now five years since the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision developed Basel III in response to the global financial crisis. In the intervening years, the Basel Committee has decided the requirements of Basel III leave room for improvement and has set about updating them. The modifications the committee is developing

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