US Treasury outlines banking reforms


The US Treasury wants global banking firms to be "made subject to stronger regulatory capital and liquidity standards that are as uniform as possible against countries". In a policy statement entitled "Principles for Reforming the US and International Capital Framework for Banking Firms", the Treasury listed nine core principles that should guide reform of the international capital and regulatory framework, for the greater safety and soundness of individual banking firms and global financial sta

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