Basel panel's allowance of MBS in buffers faces scrutiny

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's decision to let banks include equities and residential mortgage-backed securities in Basel III liquidity buffers is gaining plaudits and criticism. Bankers welcome the revision, but experts say it is unlikely to significantly lift a slack securitization market. The change also presents challenges for regulators, experts say.

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