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Repeating past mistakes

22 June 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

The financial and euro zone crises have shown the drawbacks of attaching varying weights to bank risk. Such models encourage unhealthy arbitrage. A tougher cap on the ratio of equity to total assets would limit abuse. So would banning risk measures that ignore extreme events.

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