Basel I, II, III – we want it all at once
AbstractThe complexity of Basel II and III has reached China as well. In a revolutionary turn within seven years, the Chinese bank regulator has introduced capital adequacy as the tool of choice for supervision and ensured that banks in the process remain focused on implementing all the bits of the internationally developed Basel Accords. Will it make Chinese banks really more resilient?
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Date of creation: 19 May 2012
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bank; regulation; Basel II and III; China;
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