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Harsh Basel III capital requirements stifling South Korean banks’ growth
South Korean banks seek to further optimise their portfolios in the face of rising NPL ratios and tough Basel III capital requirements.

Dec 13, 2012 | Baron Laudermilk

A recently conducted survey at The Asian Banker’s Risk Management Roundtable 2012 in South Korea revealed three key problems faced by South Korean banks’ risk management departments – complying with Basel III regulations, increasing their capital buffers, and optimising their portfolios, with the domestic and international economy still recovering from the 2008 global financial crisis. The survey consisted of 11 South Korean Banks, including: Shinhan Bank, Suhyup Bank, Woori Bank, Busan Bank, Citi Bank, Dauga Bank, Hana Bank, Industrial Bank of Korea, Jeonbuk Bank, Kookmin Bank, and…

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Categories: Basel III, Operational Risk, Risk and Regulation, South Korea
Keywords: Market Risk, Shinhan Bank, Suhyup Bank, Woori Bank, Busan Bank, Citibank, Dauga Bank, Hana Bank, Industrial Bank of Korea, Jeonbuk Bank, Kookmin Bank, Kyungnam Bank
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