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Bank Capital Reforms: Initial Efforts of Basel III on Capital, Credit, and International Competitiveness
Lawrance L. Evans (au)
The 2007-2009 financial crisis revealed that many U.S. and international banks lacked capital of sufficient quality and quantity to absorb substantial losses. In 2010, the Basel Committee (the global standard-setter for prudential bank regulation) issued the Basel III framework -- comprehensive reforms to strengthen global capital and liquidity standards with the goal of promoting a more resilient banking sector. In 2013, federal banking regulators adopted regulations to implement the Basel III-based capital standards in the U.S. which generally apply to U.S. bank holding companies and banks and are being phased in through 2019. This report examines how (1) the U.S. Basel III regulations may affect U.S. banks, including smaller ones; and (2) implementation of Basel III by different countries and other jurisdictions may affect U.S. banking organizationsäó» international competitiveness. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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