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South Korean banks will need to boost risk tolerance levels to comply with Basel III rules
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s "The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2012" on South Korean banks' exposure to international funding and the domestic OTC derivatives market.

Jan 18, 2013 | Baron Laudermilk

* The following is an extract of an important seven-page proceedings report on South Korean banks' risk tolerance levels. The entire report can be downloaded at the bottom of this page in two versions, English and Korean. South Korean banks’ risk managers are facing three main risk and regulatory issues - a) The three main rating agencies (Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Group) have boosted the credit ratings of South Korea - this has allowed a surge of foreign currencies into the economy, leading to new restrictions placed by national regulations, and thus complicating…

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Categories: Basel III, Credit Risk, Markets & Exchanges, Operational Risk, Regulation, Risk and Regulation, Trading & Data
Keywords: Counterparty Risk, Market Risk, G-SIFIs, FATCA, Volcker Rule, ERM Systems
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