Analysis, Regulation & Supervision

BIS’s lessons for supervisors and regulators on this year’s ‘banking turmoil’

By John Crowley

Four banks with a combined total assets of $900bn were either shut down, placed into receivership or rescued between March 8 and 19 of this year.

The Bank for International Settlements has undertaken a “stocktake of the regulation and supervisory implications” leading up to and including 11 tumultuous ...

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