Herausforderung Liquiditätsregeln

March 2012
Die Bank;mar2012, Issue 3, p53
The article discusses the requirements set forth by the Europäischen Bankenaufsicht (European Bank Oversight, EBA) from 2012 onwards in light of Basel III (the proposed Third Basel Accord on Bank Capital).


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