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BISNBanco Internacional SN (Portuguese: International Bank SN)
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SOURCE: Bank for International Settlements (1997a, Table 3, p.
said pressure has been put on the Japanese banks by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) to carry a higher equity-to-capital ratio.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has said that pumping money into the economy by buying securities would not be effective for the long term.
Moreover, the mechanism includes the exchange of supervisory information according to local laws of each jurisdiction and within the Bank for International Settlements and home/host country s supervisory authorities, and information sharing, which would add to the enhancement of the financial system in the UAE and the Republic of Kazakhstan.
AaThe rankings are based on Tier One capital at year-end 2008 as defined by the Basel Bank for International Settlements.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is an international organisation which fosters international monetary and financial cooperation and serves as a bank for central banks.
Therefore it is not surprising that for decades the Bank for International Settlements in Basel--"a central bankers' bank" and reclusive meeting place for those who pull the levers of global finance--has been shrouded in mystery.
He also visited at the Bank for International Settlements in 1996.
Libya is expected to set up an escrow account with either the Bank of England or the Bank for International Settlements into which the USD2.
Greenspan met Tung and Yam before attending a meeting in the territory organized by the Basle-based Bank for International Settlements.
Core capital does not include banks' paper profits from securities holdings and real estate, which count as capital under the 8% rule set by the Bank for International Settlements for banks operating globally.