>As you know, the Basel Committee adopted a series of global reforms, commonly known as Basel III, in an attempt to improve the resilience of banks. These reforms require an increase in both the quality and quantity of capital in the system, and introduce new requirements around leverage ratios, capital buffers, and liquidity risk.

In this session, Josh reviews the specific impacts of Basel III, and then shares thoughts on how things have played out so far, what to expect going forward, and what it all means for community banks.

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Basel III and US Regulatory Capital, September 2014