Carolyn Rogers hits back at critics of Basel III

Carolyn Rogers
Carolyn Rogers
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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s secretary-general hit out at critics of the global capital accord on September 8, calling their arguments “very tired”.

Carolyn Rogers warned there are signs some countries are deviating from the rules. “I am concerned that some stakeholders continue to lobby against a consistent and timely implementation of Basel III,” she said in remarks during an online debate.

Rogers dismissed several arguments she said were repeatedly used against the Basel

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