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Basel Committee relieve global banks Basel Committee (global regulator of the banking sector) banks provide extra four years (until January 2019) to create higher cash reserves. It is a step to facilitate banks to meet their obligations. Banks have complained that they are unable to meet the conditions of the original date of January 2015. Banks can free up some of your money to help the crisis economies and support their economic growth (GDP).
The Basel Committee set a minimum rate banks readily marketable assets that must be held while the money supply sufficient to meet entrepreneurs and consumers.These rules have been put in place as a precaution against further financial crises. Prevent should mainly potential problems in the event of failure of short-term liquidity, what happened during the financial crisis in the U.S. between 2007-09.
In addition to extending the term to build greater liquidity, Basel Committee humbled and requirements for assets that may be included in the "liquid reserves." There newly added stocks, corporate bonds with lower ratings and retail mortgage bonds. Although you can choose from the above assets credited to the reserve components of the balance only part of their face value, it's helpful for banks to step in comparison with the original version of the proposal. The Basel Committee also humbled parameters called "stress test" that sets the values ??of calculating required capital that banks must hold in the presence of various disaster scenarios.This measure also ultimately reduces the capital requirements of banks.
Basel Committee pleasantly surprised by its bankers. These changes the most help with mortgage bond market, which is languishing since 2007, when it lost its credibility due to risky mortgages and the crisis in the U.S..
Basel Committee chairman Stefan Ingves, who is also governor of the Bank of Sweden admitted that Sunday's changes affect the fulfillment of previous requests money supply (liquidity reserves of banks). 200 world banks to increase their reserves from 105 percent to 125 percent.
However, many other banks will struggle to meet these requirements, especially banks in some euro area countries will have to find some 3 trillion euros of assets to satisfy the world alight.

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