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Less Likely to Fail: Strengthening Regulation

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Abstract

To make banks less likely to fail, authorities in all principal jurisdictions have decided to strengthen regulation. Using the agreements in the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision as a foundation, authorities have raised capital requirements, instituted liquidity requirements and set standards for governance, risk management and remuneration. Together these measures will reduce the likelihood that banks will fail.

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Commercial Bank Capital Requirement Leverage Ratio Liquidity Risk Basel Committee 
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© Thomas F. Huertas 2014

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