Basel eases final LCR rules but struggles with NSFR

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Global regulators have extended phase-in arrangements and permitted a wider pool of eligible assets for banks seeking to comply with their final rules for the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR), one of the main elements of Basel III. The next stage of their work is to address the net stable funding ratio, but this could present problems, according to a former member of the Basel Committee's working group on liquidity.

The Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision (Ghos), the oversight body for the

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