Impact Of Tough Capital Rules Exaggerated

The negative impact of new stricter capital requirements on banks in the European Union has been exaggerated, according to Stephen Cecchetti, chief economic adviser at the Bank for International Settlements.

  • 01 Jun 2010
The negative impact of new stricter capital requirements on banks in the European Union has been exaggerated, according to Stephen Cecchetti, chief economic adviser at the Bank for International Settlements. Speaking at a conference, Cecchetti said the preliminary assessment of the impact by the BIS, which has proposed ...

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