In the wake of the global ﬁnancial crisis of 2008–2009, Basel III introduced a more comprehensive set of capital and liquidity requirements for banks in order to address shortcomings in the pre-crisis capital framework and improve the resilience of the ﬁnancial system.
Speech by Mr Shaktikanta Das, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Mussoorie, 17 June 2019.
Vice Chair for Supervision and Chair of the Financial Stability Board Randal K. Quarles
At the Joint Conference of the European Central Bank and the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Frankfurt, Germany
Joachim Wuermeling: What will pass, what will still be around, and what will come? The prospects for Germany’s banking sector
Speech by Prof Joachim Wuermeling, Member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank, at the Bundesbank symposium “Banking supervision in dialogue”, Frankfurt am Main, 19 March 2019.
The programme includes planned evaluations related to cross-cutting policy issues, the countercyclical capital buffer framework and the global systemically important banks framework.
Banks have become more resilient over the past years and face a number of risks and challenges which are European, but some are global in scope
Joachim Wuermeling: Banking regulation and the benefits of international cooperation – Basel III and beyond
New risks are emerging and will determine the Basel Agenda.International cooperation can only work if national politics are able to overcome the tendencies.