IIF Warns Europe Of Moving Too Far On Capital

Law360, New York (April 9, 2012, 7:07 PM EDT) -- European banking regulators should avoid going beyond proposed international bank capital standards in order to avoid further stifling the continent's economy, the International Institute of Finance said Monday.

Ahead of meetings of global finance ministers scheduled for next week in Washington, the IIF said that while the European Central Bank and other regulators on the continent have injected sufficient money into Greece and other countries facing significant economic woes, additional capital requirements and fees currently under discussion could make it more difficult for the European economy...
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