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Countries report challenges in implementing new disclosure requirements

Committee gives details on how regulators should treat forthcoming changes to international accounting standards on bank provisioning

Global banks fall short in adopting new principles for aggregating and reporting risk data

The final reports issued on Friday reviewed the implementation of the new bank capital standards in Japan, Indonesia and Singapore

Proposed revisions recognize that not all correspondent banking relationships bear the same level of risk

Basel Committee issues eleventh progress report

Final requirements designed to limit contagion in the financial system take effect in 2019

Global banking regulators aims to spell out rules for firms dealing with unserved or underserved clients

The revised standard sets out additional criteria for differentiating the capital treatment of “simple, transparent and comparable” securitizations from other sorts of transactions

The committee evaluated the G-SIB and D-SIB frameworks in the United States, Europe, Japan, China and Switzerland