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In an age of “pervasive uncertainty”, how can bank regulators trusts ex ante perceived risks so much?

Monday, March 13, 2017 15:17
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Sir I refer to Oliver Ralph’s “Age of uncertainty takes its toll” March 13, in order to make just one question… that in the title.
Sir, I dare you to explain to me, or to anyone, why the capital requirements for banks should be based on the risks perceived, and not on those risk that might not be perceived?
@PerKurowski


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