Global banking regulations complexity undermines bank safety.
By Yalman Onaran, Bloomberg|January 03, 2013 at 05:38 AM
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The first Basel agreement on global banking regulation, adopted in 1988, was 30 pages long and relied on simple arithmetic. The latest update, known as Basel III, runs to 509 pages and includes 78 calculus equations.
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