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The fallibility of flexibility

12 February 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

The internationally agreed capital rules were designed specifically to assist big banks with sophisticated risk modeling. Citi and JPMorgan Chase worry US regulators will be stricter. But given the flaws of Basel II, US regulators would be right to demand more.

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