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Implementation of Basel standards – A report to G20 Leaders on implementation of the Basel III regulatory reforms

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BCBS  | 
Implementation reports
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23 November 2018
 | 
Status:  Current
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 (381kb)
 |  20 pages

Full, timely and consistent implementation of Basel III remains fundamental to building a resilient financial system, maintaining public confidence in regulatory ratios and providing a level playing field for internationally active banks. This report updates G20 Leaders on progress and challenges in the implementation of the Basel III regulatory reforms since July 2017, when the Basel Committee last reported to the G20.

The report summarises the steps taken by Basel Committee member jurisdictions to adopt the Basel III standards, banks' progress in bolstering their capital and liquidity positions, the consistency of implementation in jurisdictions assessed since the Committee's last report and the Committee's implementation work plan. 

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