Transitional basis

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1. Bank prudential management and regulation.

The transitional basis refers to the presentation of prudential measures taking advantage of transitional implementation periods (contrasted with the fully loaded basis).

Examples include Basel III and CRD IV.

EBA hails banks' resilience
"The EBA report noted: 'The adverse scenario has an impact of -395bps on banks' fully loaded CET1 capital ratio (-410bps on a transitional basis)...'"
The Treasurer magazine, December 2018 / January 2019, p8


Similar measures in other contexts.

See also