Analysis, Capital

Will G-sibs quit fighting the Fed on Basel Endgame?

By Nicholas Dunbar
Basel Endgame
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Global systemically important US banks have filed a flurry of last-minute comments on the Fed’s Basel Endgame proposals, warning of “adverse consequences” such as pulling back from public markets and lending cuts. 

It was inevitable that the banks would fight back against the Fed’s plans to hike capital ...

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