Singapore banks eye new cap rules

Singapore banks, among the healthiest in Asia, should fare well against their regional competitors under a plan to strengthen international capital adequacy guidelines, the Monetary Authority of Singapore says. The proposal, unveiled recently by a Bank for International Settlements panel, would replace rigid capital standards with a system designed to better account for various elements of market risk that banks face.

The effect of the new guidelines will vary from bank to bank, but in general

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