11 May 2012

EU version of Basel III runs into trouble

Karel Lannoo

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A new CEPS Commentary finds that the European Commission's proposals for ensuring prudential supervision of the banking sector in the EU, currently under consideration in the ECFIN Council, leave much to be desired.

The author, Karel Lannoo, is CEO of CEPS and head of the Financial Markets research unit.

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