Turns Out Global Regulators Are Fine WIth Using Credit Ratings To Decide What Banks Can Do
From Dealbreaker January 7, 2013 - 4:53pm
It’s popular to say that financial markets and regulators have extremely short memories and so let’s say it about these new Basel liquidity coverage ratio rule changes out today. But not in an annoying sneery way. I mean, in an annoying sneery way, but not the obvious one. The story is that among the post-2008…
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