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ThecostofcomplyingwithBaselIIIliquidityregulationsforSouthAfricanbanks

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  • Howard Diesel
  • Mukelani Nkuna
  • Tim Olds
  • Daan Steenkamp

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The cost of complying with Basel III liquidity regulations for South African banks

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  • Howard Diesel & Mukelani Nkuna & Tim Olds & Daan Steenkamp, 2022. "ThecostofcomplyingwithBaselIIIliquidityregulationsforSouthAfricanbanks," Working Papers 11032, South African Reserve Bank.
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