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Bart Joosen
From: Capital and Liquidity Requirements for European Banks (1)
Edited By: Bart P.M. Joosen, Marco Lamandini, Tobias H. Tröger

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Bart Joosen
From: Capital and Liquidity Requirements for European Banks (1)
Edited By: Bart P.M. Joosen, Marco Lamandini, Tobias H. Tröger

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Bart Joosen, Marco Lamandini, Tobias Tröger
From: Capital and Liquidity Requirements for European Banks (1)
Edited By: Bart P.M. Joosen, Marco Lamandini, Tobias H. Tröger

Part VI Leveraging Banking Capacity to Support the Wider Economy, 20 Relief from Prudential Requirements to Support the Capital Markets Union »

Bart Joosen, Kitty Lieverse
From: Capital Markets Union in Europe
Edited By: Danny Busch, Emilios Avgouleas, Guido Ferrarini
This chapter examines the regulatory impediments to financing by European banks of corporate borrowers and the means to improve the financing capability of banks. In this context, it not only looks at banks, but also considers the position of another type of a highly regulated funder: European insurance companies. The working assumption is that capital requirements, and risk weights for credit risks in particular, have an impact on the capability of banks to lend. Quite simply, a higher risk weight of an exposure increases the capital a bank needs to maintain in connection with such exposure. As a result, increases in capital requirements will potentially constrain the lending capability of a bank.

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Bart Joosen
From: Capital and Liquidity Requirements for European Banks (1)
Edited By: Bart P.M. Joosen, Marco Lamandini, Tobias H. Tröger