Will Basel IV’s complexity mean the end of internal market models? (Premium)

Basel IV and its national transpositions will bring a new level of complexity and force standardization on global banking rules for jurisdictions that adopt the package, including the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB). Leaving aside the argument of how much capital banks should hold, we project that Basel IV will get so confusing as to mean the end of most internal market models in favor of standardized approaches.
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