“The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision has today issued a second consultative paper on the fundamental review of capital requirements for the trading book. The paper comprises a detailed set of proposals for a comprehensive revision of the market risk framework. This initiative forms part of the Committee’s broader agenda to reform regulatory standards for banks in response to the financial crisis. The May 2012 consultative paper set out a number of specific measures to improve trading book capital requirements. These initial proposals reflected the Committee’s overall objective of designing a new regulatory framework that addresses weaknesses in risk measurement under the current internal models-based and standardised approaches, with a view to promoting consistent implementation across jurisdictions. This second consultative paper provides more detail on the approaches introduced in May 2012, and sets out a draft text for a revised market risk framework. It has been informed by comments received on the first consultative paper, and lessons learnt from the Committee’s recent investigations into the variability of market risk-weighted assets.”
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