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Overview of Basel Committee’s Revised Pillar 3 Disclosures

The Basel Committee has finalized its standard revising the Pillar 3 capital disclosures applicable to internationally active banks. Pillar 3 of the Basel framework aims to promote market discipline through qualitative and quantitative regulatory disclosure requirements, whereas Pillar 1 encompasses the framework of risk-based capital ratios and other quantitative requirements. Pillar 3 was first introduced in 2004 as part of Basel II and revised in 2009 as part of Basel 2.5. The newly finalized revisions will take effect concurrent with banks’ year-end 2016 financial reporting, superseding the earlier Pillar 3 standards (although other disclosure standards, such as the Basel III leverage ratio disclosure requirements published in January 2014, remain in force).…  Read More

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Overview of Basel Committee’s Revised Pillar 3 Disclosures

The Basel Committee has finalized its standard revising the Pillar 3 capital disclosures applicable to internationally active banks.  Pillar 3 of the Basel framework aims to promote market discipline through qualitative and quantitative regulatory disclosure requirements, whereas Pillar 1 encompasses the framework of risk-based capital ratios and other quantitative requirements.  Pillar 3 was first introduced in 2004 as part of Basel II and revised in 2009 as part of Basel 2.5.  The newly finalized revisions will take effect concurrent with banks’ year-end 2016 financial reporting, superseding the earlier Pillar 3 standards (although other disclosure standards, such as the Basel III leverage ratio disclosure requirements published in January 2014, remain in force). …  Read More

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Basel Committee’s 2015-2016 Work Program

On Friday, January 23, 2015, the Basel Committee published its regulatory work program for 2015 and 2016, summarizing the policy initiatives the Committee is expected to undertake as it continues to propose and finalize the remaining elements of its Basel III regulatory reform agenda.  The Committee’s work program is organized around the following four themes:

  • Developing and finalizing specific policy measures from the Committee’s post-crisis reform agenda;
  • Assessing the Basel III framework’s overall balance between simplicity, comparability and risk sensitivity;
  • Monitoring national regulators’ implementation of the Basel III framework; and
  • Improving the effectiveness of banking supervision.
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