Regulatory Capital & Liquidity Standards

The recent financial crisis demonstrated that some financial companies had grown so large, leveraged and interconnected that their failure could pose a threat to overall financial stability.  To mitigate the “too big to fail” perception, bank regulators are taking action to improve the banking sector’s ability to absorb shocks arising from financial and economic stress.  Each of these actions will have an economic impact on a banks who participate in the securitization market. 

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