Finalizing Basel III: the revised Leverage Ratio gets a thumbs down and really isn’t final anyhow

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision released their “final” Basel III post-crisis reform documentation last week, and there is a lot to unpack. Already, the Quantitative Impact Study shows that G-SIBs will need an additional EUR 55.4 billion in Tier 1 capital to meet the new rules. We are sorry to report that in our first read, the new Leverage Ratio documentation look like a fail.
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