Capital, Financial Stability, News

Capital hikes threaten to upend banks’ business lines

By Siqalane Taho

Proposed changes to US capital requirements will threaten the “business viability” of certain banking units, experts say. 

The warning follows the release on July 27 of a sweeping set of proposals to hike the capital requirements of US banks with more than $100bn in assets. 


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