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Basel

A town in Switzerland. It has been known for centuries as a meeting place where a number of international agreements have been formed. See also: Basel I, Basel II.
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It was announced last year that MCH Group, owner of Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach, has purchased a 60 per cent stake in the Hong Kong Art Fair, Art HK.
We've been running Webinars with corporates on Basel III, explaining the liquidity regime, impacts to trade finance as well as the proposed derivatives rules," says Ruth Wandhofer, head of regulatory and market strategy for Citi Global Transaction Services.
At the session, Monika talked about the proposed changes and enhancements to Basel II since July 2009, implications of Basel III changes for banks, the new minimum capital ratios, and shared her insights into how international banks are dealing with these proposed changes.
Important as Basel II may be to the banking industry and to the U.
The Structure of Basel H for Commercial Real Estate Banks under Basel IA will most likely continue to require capital equal to at least 8% of the outstanding loan for commercial real estate (CRE).
The current capital rules of 1988 -- Basel 1 -- assign a uniform 100 percent risk weight to loans to private companies.
Like most other MEAs, the Basel Convention is stifled by inadequate implementing legislation among its members.
Paper was produced in Basel but the author notes that printers often preferred cheaper imported paper.
And such was the manner of United's victory that Basel coach Christian Gross is shouting from the mountain tops in Switzerland that his team is already out.
Began as a coach with Swiss provincial club FC Wil, moving on to Grasshopper-Club Zurich, Tottenham Hotspur and FC Basel.
But his record with Basel against British clubs gives him the last laugh - almost.