With U.S. financial reform nearly through, eyes are turning to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which is hammering out a set of regulatory standards intended to lay the foundation for a global overhaul.

Their expected cost has received most of the attention — UBS analysts have estimated the plan would require global banks to raise $375 billion in new capital.

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