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Adopting Basel III in the Central and Eastern Europe Region

21 Mar 2011

London, UK

Revisiting the Regulation of Financial Integration in Europe    


Following the conclusion of the Basel III package last year the implications for various emerging market regions are now more closely studied. The implementation within the EU through the revised Capital Requirements Directive is now taking shape as the EU’s new supervisory architecture has been strengthened and expanded into macro-prudential measures. The parent-subsidiary model in the emerging Europe region may be particularly vulnerable to new requirements on stand-alone capital strength and liquidity requirements, given the shallow local debt markets.

This informal workshop, organised jointly by the ICFR and EBRD’s Office of the Chief Economist, was designed to examine the impact on funding relationships and capital requirements. 

Event Output    

 Download the summary   
 Download Alastair Ryan's presentation    
 Download Alex Lehman's presentation    
 Download Martina Garcia's presentation    
 Download Richard Reid's presentation       

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