US And European Banks Gear Up For Basel III RequirementsVW Staff
The eight biggest U.S. banks will need to hold twice as much equity capital as required globally under a new rule launched by U.S. regulators on July 9, intended to protect taxpayers from any future costly bailouts.
Leverage Ratio Rules
The rule, launched by the country's three main banking regulators, would impose a so-called leverage ratio—a hard cap on how much banks can borrow to fund their business—requiring them . . .
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