Basel Won’t Cause Credit Crunch, Says Bundesbank Big

30 Mar 2012

Sabine Lautenschlaeger, v.p. of Germany’s Bundesbank, says new capital rules adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision will not make it more difficult for mid-size companies in the country to secure credit.

Sabine Lautenschlaeger, v.p. of Germany’s Bundesbank, says new capital rules adopted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision will not make it more difficult for mid-size companies in the country to secure credit.

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