The paper investigates how the mix of credit risk measurement methodologies under Basel capital adequacy rules influenced banking stability in the Netherlands during 2008-2015. It presents a first descriptive analysis that helps to examine the micro-regulation of individual banks and the macro-regulation of the banking system in one unified framework. Its goal is to draw regulators’ and researchers’ attention to interesting issues based on the comparison of the literature highlighting the weak points of the regulatory framework with what is observed in the dataset. Its purpose is to stimulate discussions on certain methodological and policy options.
Keywords: macro-regulation, banks, credit rating, Basel methodology.
JEL classifications: G001, G21, G24, G28.
593 - Basel methodological heterogeneity and banking system stability: The case of the Netherlands
- DNB Working Papers
Date 22 May 2018