FDIC board member suggests regulators go back to using straightforward leverage ratio.
By Yalman Onaran, Bloomberg|September 17, 2012 at 07:23 AM
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Global bank regulators should scrap Basel capital rules and go back to using a straight-forward leverage ratio to reduce risk in the financial system, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. board member Thomas Hoenig said.
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