Basel III An Easy To Understand Summary

Basel II was introduced in the year 2005 to address new risks which had arisen in the world of Banking. Credit Risk was enhanced to evaluate risk at client level for wholesale banking while Basel I evaluated it at a sector level. Banks were given the option to develop their own model for credit risk. There were no new guidelines on market risk but Banks had to provide capital for operational risk as it was seen as a new risk due to increased globalization, outsourcing and use of technology. In

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