There is growing exasperation in the banking community regarding the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s desire to reduce variations in bank risk-weighted assets in the name of simplifying comparisons, writes Justin Pugsley.
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Among banks and brokers there has been a lot of concern about the EU’s trade reporting obligations, but some recent concessions have made the burden a little easier, writes Justin Pugsley.
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