Fed Official Plays Down Basel Impact On U.S. Banks

Mark Van Der Weide, a senior staff member at the Federal Reserve’s Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, downplayed banks’ concerns that tougher capital requirements adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision would put them at a competitive disadvantage with their foreign peers.

  • 23 Sep 2011
Mark Van Der Weide, a senior staff member at the Federal Reserve’s Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, downplayed banks’ concerns that tougher capital requirements adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision would put them at a competitive disadvantage with their foreign peers. Van Der Weide explained ...

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