The European Commission has finalised its proposal on the fourth iteration of the Capital Requirements Directive. It makes the EU the first jurisdiction to pass into law the Basel III rules agreed last year. Nobody is surprised by the content, which still has to be passed by the European Parliament and the EU's member states, but many are still worried about the impact it may have while European economies remain fragile.

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