The Basel Committee’s “national discretion” for NSFR derivatives liabilities is not enough to justify implementation

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has a couple of big problems related to the Net Stable Funding Ratio. First, they created terrible regulation that they now have to figure out how to get the world to accept. Second, the US is officially delaying and Europe is said to delay implementation pending further analysis. To help seal the deal on the NSFR, the Committee has proposed loosening the rules. Will it work?
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