With New Capital Rules Looming, Questions About the Role of Bank Credit
Greenwich Associates European and Asian Leader Awards 2011
The results of Greenwich Associates 2011 European Large Corporate Banking Study show no signs that Basel rules or national reform efforts have had an impact on bank’s credit pricing or willingness to lend. Eventually, however, the cost of bank credit will begin to reflect new reserve requirements, higher bank funding costs and the additional costs associated with stricter regulation.
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