The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision today (June 29) revealed regulatory framework plans for domestic systemically important banks (D-Sibs).
A consultative document, released by the committee, set out 12 principles covering the assessment process for determining domestic banks of systemic importance, and the loss absorbency requirements for these institutions.
The document said the principles were designed to include greater flexibility than the rules for global systemically important bank
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