Capital Requirements Could Slash German Bank Profits By Half

The Association of German Banks says the new capital requirements adopted by the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision as well as additional measures from German regulators could reduce their profits by more than half.

  • 21 Sep 2010
The Association of German Banks says the new capital requirements adopted by the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision as well as additional measures from German regulators could reduce their profits by more than half. According to the group, the additional financial burden would result in banks holding on ...

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