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What has Changed in Basel IV?

Posted 12/19/2017 by TCH Staff

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has produced for The Clearing House a chart comparing the final standards announced by the Basel Committee on December 7, 2017 to the current U.S. regulatory capital approach and the previous Basel Consultations. The comparison chart is broken down into six categories:

1. Output Floor and Transitional Arrangements
2. Standardized Approach for Credit Risk
3. Internal Ratings-Based Approach for Credit Risk
4. Operational Risk
5. Leverage Ratio
6. Credit Valuation Adjustment Risk 

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