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When pointy heads miss the point

17 March 2011 By Peter Thal Larsen

Some boffins and regulators think banks should hold significantly larger amounts of equity. Even if the idea is right, it is not remotely practical. Policymakers should focus on more realistic goals like a global deal focused on making the largest lenders hold an extra buffer.

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