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Basel further reins in big banks' use of capital models

Regulators say proposed rules will not significantly raise overall capital requirements

MR INGVES: 'The measures announced today largely retain the use of internal models for the determination of credit risk weighted assets, but with important safeguards.'


THE world's largest banks will have less discretion over how much capital to hold against loans turning sour, global regulators proposed on Thursday.

Regulators want to cut complexity and inconsistency in capital requirements among big banks that use their own models, rather

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