Global banking regulators look to toughen standards

The world's top banking regulators are moving to toughen rules that the credit crisis exposed as too lax. The proposals from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which sets global standards for banking regulation, aim to patch weaknesses in the global regulatory structure. The committee said the measures would push banks to establish risk-management methods and improve procedures for valuing and disclosing assets.

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