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Bank of Englands researchere kræver hårdere kapitalkrav

Basel IIIs kapitalkrav er for svage og burde fordobles, selv om det går ud over væksten, mener researchere i Bank of England. (ENG).

The new Basel III rules requiring banks to hold more capital are too weak and should be doubled to provide optimal protection against future economic shocks, researchers at the Bank of England have concluded.

The discussion paper issued on Thursday calculates that forcing banks to hold twice as much equity against potential losses would cut economic growth by 6 percentage points. But the authors, led by David Miles, an external member of the Bank committee that sets interest rates, argue the extra stability would be worth it.

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