Korean Banks Make the Most of Basel III Window

Korean banks are making the most of the delayed implementation of Basel III by raising cheaper regulatory capital. Fitch Ratings considers elements of the current fund-raising initiatives as pre-funding, as banks recognize the likelihood of increased costs of issuing Basel III-compliant capital securities amid continuing investor uncertainty about risk-pricing and the Point of Non-Viability (PONV). […]

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