Basel II, which had not been fully implemented in many jurisdictions, has been recalibrated and the introduction of Basel III makes changes to banks’ capital and liquidity requirements that will have far-reaching consequences for many institutions. Compliance with the new rules, to which all G20 member states are committed, will present significant challenges. While some of the changes appear to have lengthy transition periods, many national regulators are compressing the timelines and market pressures are forcing many firms to make these adjustments now
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