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Pepper Hamilton LLP | USA, Global | 9 Nov 2011

Basel III’s new liquidity requirements will likely increase costs to banks with respect to unused lines of retail credit

Basel III, a set of international banking reforms developed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (Basel Committee), are expected to increase operational costs for banks due to heightened capital requirements and the imposition of formulaic liquidity requirements.

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