Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has proposed new requirements
The world’s top clearing houses
said they expect in the coming weeks a ruling on the controversial leverage
ratio rules that will impose tough capital requirements on brokers and could
force some out of business.
The Basel Committee on Banking
Supervision has proposed new requirements that require banks to put up capital
based on the assets they hold on behalf of clients, a ruling that angered banks
and the exchanges that rely on banks for business.
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