Reforming the Basel Accord

Azlexander, Kern
June 2003
Journal of International Banking Regulation;Jun2003, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p298
Academic Journal
Editorial. Assesses the New Capital Accord (Basel II) proposed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which seeks to change the way banks and regulators calculate the amount of capital they should hold against their risk-based assets. Pillars of Basel II; Objective and weaknesses of the 1988 Capital Accord; Framework for assessing capital adequacy; Limitations of Basel II.


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