From Basel I to Basel III: Sequencing Implementation in Developing Economies

@article{Ferreira2019FromBI,
  title={From Basel I to Basel III: Sequencing Implementation in Developing Economies},
  author={Caio Ferrari Ferreira and Nigel Jenkinson and Christopher Wilson},
  journal={ERN: Regulation \& Supervision (Topic)},
  year={2019}
}
Developing economies can strengthen their financial systems by implementing the main elements of global regulatory reform. But to build an effective prudential framework, they may need to adapt international standards taking into account the sophistication and size of their financial institutions, the relevance of different financial operations in their market, the granularity of information available and the capacity of their supervisors. Under a proportionate application of the Basel… Expand
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