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Basel Committee backs Murray inquiry’s recommendations Banking and Finance Date December 23, 2014 - 1:38PM   Shaun Drummond   The global banking regulator is echoing the Murray inquiry's recommendation to set a limit on the amount banks can leverage their loan books.  The Switzerland-based Basel Committee on Banking Supervision released a consultation paper on Monday setting out options for a "capital floor" on the risk-weighted (RW) capital of banks that are allowed to set their own capital, based on internal risk modelling.  It also advocates a simple "leverage ratio" to work in conjunction with the RW floor. The Murray financial system inquiry's final report released earlier this month called for a risk-weighted capital floor of 25 to 30 per cent on mortgages written by Australia's big banks, which have all been granted so-called advanced accreditation allowing them to set their capital, as well as a leverage ratio. For several years,...
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    This just proves how stupid these inquiries are, and we have had them one after the other by the bucket loads, into the financial
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