Basel Committee evaluation shows that the implemented Basel III reforms contributed to increase bank resilience

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision today issued a third report on its evaluation of the impact and effectiveness of implemented Basel reforms. Evaluation of the impact and efficacy of Basel III reforms sets out the Committee’s first holistic evaluation of how the reforms have affected bank resilience and systemic risk as well as assessing the possible negative side effects on banks’ lending and capital costs. The report also investigates how the different elements of the reforms have interacted, and assesses the framework’s regulatory complexity


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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is an international financial institution which is owned by member central banks. Its primary goal is to foster international monetary and financial cooperation while serving as a bank for central banks. With its establishment in 1929, its initial purpose was to oversee the settlement of World War I war reparations.  Last updated from Wikipedia 2024-05-19T15:51:57Z.
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