Bridging loans

13 December 2016 By Dominic Elliott

Global standard setters could allow lenders to hold less capital against assets than previously flagged. It’s a predictable compromise to help the worst affected European banks, while heeding U.S. calls for more uniformity. Banks will be pleased; hairshirt supervisors less so.

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