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.
KeywordsCommercial Bank Capital Requirement Leverage Ratio Liquidity Risk Basel Committee
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