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Basel III”s Impact on Unfunded Credit Risk & How to Mitigate

Banks face more regulations than they once did. As financial institutions are required to raise their regulatory capital, they must adhere to regulations such as Dodd-Frank and Basel III. When the G10 countries created the Basel Committee for Banking and Supervision that crafted the Basel regulations, they aimed to improve financial stability and establish worldwide banking cooperation and supervision.

Jerry Paulson, a Lockton Producer and expert in trade credit, banking, finance, and international trade, explains the impact of Basel III on unfunded credit risk. His insights on the rules and techniques of using credit insurance was written and published in The Secured Lender, which is distributed by the Commercial Finance Association. Download the article below.  

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