The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision unveiled a streamlined version of the Basel III framework today (April 9), in a bid to round up the myriad provisions published over the course of almost 10 years.
The reorganisation saw the entire accord transferred from a lengthy series of PDFs into a more easily navigable web-based format. The draft version is now available on the Bank for International Settlements’ website.
The earlier publication format made it “difficult for website users to
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