For most consumer and commercial asset-backeds, the new draft final rules for risk-based capital are expected to result in capital charges that are higher compared to those under Basel II.5 or III,  according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts in a recent report.

U.S. bank regulators have released a draft of the final rules on risk-based capital as it applies to market risk or as it covers “trading assets and liabilities”.

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