The commission said Wednesday that it wanted to amend its Capital Requirements Directive to force banks to retain 5% of the value of securitised funds and take steps to enhance their liquidity management.
"These new rules will fundamentally strengthen the regulatory framework for EU banks and the financial system," said Charlie McCreevy, the internal
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