Bank Negara Malaysia today (May 25) published a concept paper that outlined proposals to bolster capital adequacy standards for banking institutions in the country, in accordance with the requirements set forth under Basel III.
The plans focus primarily on measures to raise the quality, consistency and transparency of regulatory capital.
"The Risk-Weighted Capital Adequacy Framework, applicable to commercial and investment banks, and the Capital Adequacy Framework for Islamic Banks, set out the
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