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August 12, 2012

APRA draft Standards on implementation of Basel III capital reforms:counterparty credit risk

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released for consultation a Discussion Paper, draft Prudential Standards and draft Reporting Standards outlining its proposed implementation of the Basel III counterparty credit risk measures and other capital amendments to implement the Basel III capital reforms.

APRA proposes to adopt the minimum Basel III requirements for the definition and measurement of counterparty credit risk capital, except in certain areas where there are strong pragmatic reasons to either allow for a simplified approach or continue APRA’s existing approach.

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Posted 12th August 2012 by David Jacobson in Financial Services