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Basel 4 and European banks, are we safer now?

Basel 4 and European banks, are we safer now?
Michele Federle

Michele Federle

Policy Researcher at Politheor
Michele Federle is currently pursuing a Master's degree in International Economic Policy at Sciences Po Paris, France. He was also a student at the Scuola di Politiche, Rome, the public policy school founded by former Italian PM Enrico Letta. Among his professional experiences are included internships at the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt and at the Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung in Mannheim, Germany.
His research interests encompass global financial governance, European integration and macroeconomics.
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«Basel endgame», sentenced Mario Draghi on December 7th, at the presentation of the new BCBS package of rules for the banking sector. After an 8-year delay, chiefly due to the divergent interests of American and European standard-setters, a revision of Basel 3 was eventually agreed on. Basel regulators found a compromise for the adoption of […]

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Switzerland/EU Automatic exchange of information: the beginning of an end for the Swiss banking industry?

Switzerland/EU Automatic exchange of information: the beginning of an end for the Swiss banking industry?
Meriam Benhamza

Meriam Benhamza

Meriam Benhamza holds a BA in finance and Accounting and a Master in Financial Communication from the Università Della Svizzera italiana (USI) in Lugano, Switzerland. She is fascinated by various topics, but her main focus is the new financial issues arising from the Euro crisis and the role good governance plays in solving them.
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Author: Meriam Benhamza On 27 May 2015, Switzerland signed an agreement with the European Union (EU) to meet the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) global standard for the automatic exchange of financial account information. A continuation of Switzerland commitment to the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS), the newly signed agreement with the EU […]

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