Capital requirements

The capital a financial institution has to hold to ensure solvency under stress. It is determined by its financial regulator. Basel, a framework by central bankers many countries follow, specifies minimum ratio of capital to risk-weighted assets (Basel I), supervisory responsibilities (Basel II), and liquidity buffers (Basel III).

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