The New Basel Capital Proposal -Fed Meyer speech

US Federal Reserve Governor Laurence H. Meyer gives a speech on "The New Basel Capital Proposal" at the Annual Washington Conference of the Institute of International Bankers, Washington, D.C. on March 5, 2001. Meyer says that the Basel proposal may be complex and at times confusing, but that he believes the regulators are on the right track. He says that regulatory capital standards need to be more risk sensitive than the current standards to provide the industry with greater incentives to

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