Overview Basel III
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- Dutch Banks are keeping up with increasingly stringent Basel III requirements
- Dutch banks are steadily improving their capital positions. However, they still have some way to go. In the next few years, Dutch banks will have to continue strengthening their capital buffers in order to meet the increasingly stringent requirements of the new Basel III supervisory framework.
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- DNBulletin: Guidance for banks when stress testing for liquidity risk
- Stress tests for liquidity risk are a useful addition to the new Basel liquidity rules, a new study of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision finds. The study also offers practical guidance on the use of liquidity stress tests, a welcome contribution to a more uniform application of this instrument.
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- DNBulletin: Migration to Basel III in the Netherlands
- The Basel III Accord was published in December 2010, and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) has been fine-tuning the Accord since then. In Europe, the legal implementation process of Basel III is about to be completed. Dutch banks are expected to change over to the Basel III regime in early 2014. They have been preparing for the transfer since 2011.
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- Interview with Paul Hilbers on the results of the Basel III quantitative impact analysis
- The introduction of the new supervisory framework for banks (Basel III) has a significant but still manageable impact on Dutch banking.
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