The Basel IIi Regulatory Framework And Its Implication For Financial Institutions

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Critically Analyze the Basel III Regulatory Framework and its implication for financial Institutions. Introduction Basel III is a far-reaching set of reform measures developed by Basel committee on banking administration and risk management of banking industry. The third segment was developed in response to the deficiencies in financial regulation which were highlighted in 2007 -08 financial crisis. The outcome of the 2008 Financial Crisis (which begun in 2007), has witnessed numerous changes one of the changes was the need for an enhanced Basel ll framework which had failed miserably during the 2007- 2008 financial crunch. After the global financial crisis, the G20 and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision planned a series of new bank capital and liquidity guidelines called Basel lll. The first version of Basel lll was drafted and published in late 2009. Later on 12th September 2010 the Basel committee announced the new capital and liquidity ratios and the timeline by which banks need to fulfill the requirements. Once implemented new changes will have a drastic impact on the banking sector. It will mark an end to asset driven liability management which will force the banks to adapt the characterized banking or we can say the size of banks balance sheet will be dependent on their ability attract funds rather than their capacity to secure assets. A cautious study of 2009 accord shows minimal capital requirements, administration practices and revelations to the
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