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''Bank prudential management.''
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''Bank prudential management''.
  
Fully loaded measures are ones presented by a bank early on a voluntary basis, as if any transitional implementation period had already come to end.
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'Fully loaded' measures are ones presented by a bank early on a voluntary basis, as if any remaining transitional implementation period had already come to end.
  
 
More stringent measures are calculated and reported, ignoring the softening benefit of any transitional implementation period.
 
More stringent measures are calculated and reported, ignoring the softening benefit of any transitional implementation period.
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* [[Fully loaded Basel III]]
 
* [[Fully loaded Basel III]]
 
* [[Liquidity Coverage Ratio]]
 
* [[Liquidity Coverage Ratio]]
* [[Leverage ratio]]
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* [[Leverage Ratio]]
 
* [[Macroprudential]]
 
* [[Macroprudential]]
 
* [[Microprudential]]
 
* [[Microprudential]]
 
* [[Moral hazard]]
 
* [[Moral hazard]]
* [[Net stable funding ratio]]
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* [[Net Stable Funding Ratio]]
 
* [[Too Big To Fail]]
 
* [[Too Big To Fail]]
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* [[Transitional basis]]

Latest revision as of 15:26, 1 January 2019

Bank prudential management.

'Fully loaded' measures are ones presented by a bank early on a voluntary basis, as if any remaining transitional implementation period had already come to end.

More stringent measures are calculated and reported, ignoring the softening benefit of any transitional implementation period.


Examples include Basel III and CRD IV.


See also