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The BBA is pleased to respond to the Treasury Committee’s call for evidence for the first stage of its capital inquiry on recovery and resolution. Please read the full response Read More
New proposals from the Basel Committee on the standardised approach to credit risk threaten to hike the amount it costs banks and building societies to lend to key groups like Read More
Key points The industry supports risk sensitive approaches remaining as the primary determinant of capital requirements The timing for the finalisation of the design and calibration may need to be Read More
This paper summaries certain key differences between the business models of the bank and insurance sectors which drive the differing standards and highlights those areas where a greater co-ordination of Read More
The BBA’s briefing on the Capital Requirements Directive IV.
British Bankers’ Association seminar â€“ The Future of the European Banking Industry Opening marks by Angela Knight, Chief Executive, BBA 1500 CET, Monday 13th September 2010 First of all can Read More
We believe the Basel Committee has correctly identified a number of key areas for improvement, in line with the regulatory mandate agreed by the G20 Leaders in September 2009. The Read More
Our members share the Commission’s goal of enhancing the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD), in the context of rebuilding a strong EU and global economy, and commend it on the significant Read More
We have a number of key concerns that we urge the FSA to address prior to implementation of the proposals set out in CP09/30. The Joint Associations look forward to Read More
The BBA, along with other UK based financial services trade associations, has responded to the FSA’s proposals on implementing CRD2 and 3 amendments.
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