Basel III changed securities dealing – Bank of Canada paper

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Basel III regulations have reduced risk in securities dealing, a new study from the Bank of Canada finds.

Instead of holding securities on their balance sheets and distributing them at an optimal date when the bid/ask price is profitable, dealers are finding matching buyers and sellers at the point of exchange, David Cimon and Corey Garriott find.

The researchers investigate the regulatory costs to dealers associated with the introduction of leverage, position and liquidity regulations imposed

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