Regulators ‘Unanimous’ On Big-Bank Capital Requirements

28 Sep 2010

Mario Draghi, head of the Financial Stability Board, said regulators from around the world are unanimous in agreeing that banks considered too big too fail should hold more capital than required by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

Mario Draghi, head of the Financial Stability Board, said regulators from around the world are unanimous in agreeing that banks considered too big too fail should hold more capital than required by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Draghi said extra capital could come in various forms, such ...

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