Regulatory Capital Assessments for Banks - Key Challenges

 

Less government control over the last 25 years has led to unprecedented economic growth. But the cost is greater instability. Furthermore, new developments (financial innovations, new technologies, etc.) require a reassessment of risk not so much based upon regulatory standards but upon the economic substance of the risks.

This Chartis presentation covers:

1. Banking Risks – Evolution

2. Topology of Banking Risks

3. Uncertainties and Biases in Minimum Regulatory Capital

4. Conclusions

 

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