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Basel Committee likely to miss year-end deadline for securing agreement on rules
EU project relies on the capacity of institutions to bring prosperity and security
Will the US president-elect ditch rulemaker Dan Tarullo in favour of a deregulator?
Don’t think standardised credit risk is worthy but dull, warns John Dizard
European regulators urged to ignore supervision pressure from US
Financial and economic stability is more important than a blinkered crackdown on Europe’s banks
New Basel measures intended to redistribute financial risk
Commission and some finance chiefs say Basel regulators’ planned measures will curb competitiveness
Global standard setter presses on amid transatlantic spat over rules
EU finance chief rejects international plans backed by US to improve bank safety
Banking associations say Basel Committee proposals would significantly increase capital requirements
Basel committee takes aim at traditional lending and the response is ferocious, writes Simon Samuels
Rules for banks’ capital cannot rely on their own models of risk
Industry group takes aim at latest watchdog proposals
Central bank rejects claims it has watered down plans for insulating retail activity
Growth concerns to trump systemic risk fears, as industry’s call for overview of rules are heeded
Regulatory crackdown removes key incentive for measuring risk
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