FSA Expects Clarification On CRD Trading Book Rules

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority expects further clarification on how the imminent capital requirements directive’s due diligence measures deal with trading and banking books taking positions in structured finance.

  • 19 Apr 2010

-- Daniel O’Leary

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority expects further clarification on how the imminent capital requirements directive’s due diligence measures deal with trading and banking books taking positions in structured finance. Negotiations are underway on the CRD and whether further differentiation is needed, according to Gerard Breen, from ...

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