Wolters Kluwer: BCBS Composition Of Capital Disclosure Requirements

One of the remarkable issues which came to light during the 2008 financial crisis was the inability of financial regulators and supervisors to get up-to-date and accurate reports on the amount and quality of capital held by an institution.  This caused a considerable amount of uncertainty and damage to both the financial sector and the wider economy. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s (BCBS) June 2012 paper entitled “Composition of capital disclosure requirements” was part of Basel

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