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Consultative Document

Bank supervision.

(CD).

A Consultative Document is a proposal for regulatory guidance - issued in draft form - by the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision.

The Committee invites comments from the public on all aspects of the proposals in its consultative documents. In addition, it may expressly seek views on particular detailed parts of proposals.


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