On December 16, 2010, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision released the final text of its far-reaching Basel III package of modifications to the global regulatory standards for bank capital adequacy and liquidity. Although most of its key aspects had already been announced, the final text provides important additional details on several components of the Basel III framework and identifies other areas in which work remains ongoing. In addition, focus will now turn to implementation of the Basel III framework in various key jurisdictions, including the United States and European Union.
Please join Mayer Brown partners Scott Anenberg (Washington DC) and Kevin Hawken (London) for our next 30-minute teleconference in which they will provide perspectives on Basel III from both sides of the Atlantic, including the following issues:
- What are the major elements of the new Basel III capital and liquidity requirements?
- What are some of the important remaining unresolved issues?
- How does Basel III fit within the broader context of capital and regulatory reform?
- What are the prospects for implementation of Basel III in the US and EU, including the potential impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and pending EU regulatory reforms?
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