Analysis, Capital

Regulators call time on banks’ ‘window dressing’

By Nicholas Dunbar
window dressing
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How big is a bank’s balance sheet? It depends when you look. For the largest six US banks, some parts of their balance sheets are on average $500bn larger than on the quarter-end dates when regulatory ratios are calculated. 

Following the lead of the Federal Reserve, the Bank ...

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