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Största bankerna saknade 374 mdr Euro Basel III-kap 31/12

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STOCKHOLM (Direkt) Världens största banker hade vid fjolårsskiftet i snitt 7,7 procent i kärnprimärkapitalrelation justerat för det kommande regelverket för sektorn, Basel III.

Det skriver Reuters med hänvisning till Baselkommittén.

Inklusive det extra påslaget som väntas för systemviktiga banker saknades totalt 374 miljarder euro för att de största bankerna skulle leva upp till de 7,0 procent kärnprimärkapital i relation till tillgångarna, som är kravet under Basel III.

Tillkortakommandet inom stabil upplåning, enligt det kommande måttet Net Stable Funding Ratio, hade vid fjolårsskiftet varit 2.500 miljarder euro för de största bankerna, medan 1.800 miljarder euro i likviditet hade fattats enligt måttet Liquidity Coverage Ratio.

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