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UK’s Basel 3.1 delay puts banks in a squeeze

By John Crowley and Farah Khalique
Basel 3.1
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The UK banking industry fears a delay to Basel 3.1 rules could threaten the Bank of England’s own implementation deadline – and put banks under pressure to be ready in time.

The BoE’s prudential arm had been due to make an eagerly anticipated statement before the end of ...

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