New Basel Guidelines Categorize Bank Risk ExposuresMark Melin
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision last Tuesday issued new “Guidelines on the prudential treatment of problem assets.” The guidelines, which Moodys says is “positive for banks,” seek to create uniformity across jurisdictions in how problem assets are treated, but there are notable exceptions to the regulations. The move came after a Basel committee voiced concern over bank risk controls.
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