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The Advanced Finance Program provides an exclusive, tailored learning journey that allows you to accelerate your learning development in a way that complements your current knowledge base and helps you meet your career goals. This Program is for executives who need to master the necessary financial skills to remain at the leading edge of their professions. Expand your knowledge and deepen your expertise in the areas of corporate finance, investment strategies, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, and venture capital. Experience a rigorous learning journey focused on finance and investment strategy and leadership that will position you for greater success
Module : Broad Areas - Capital & Basel
The origins of capital requirements regulation can be seen in the first Basel capital accord (Basel I). Here we describe the original Basel regulatory requirements in relation to capital adequacy.
2.Basel II and Basel 2.5: Basics
The Basel I framework was significantly overhauled by the three-pillars approach in Basel II. Here we outline the evolution of regulatory capital requirements from Basel I to the three pillars approach of Basel II and the subsequent amendments made under Basel 2.5.
3.Basel III: Basics
The financial crisis highlighted that the quantity and quality of bank capital was inadequate, despite the extensive changes introduced in Basel II. In addition, the crisis also underlined the need for regulators to address not simply capital adequacy but liquidity and leverage. This is what is being done through the development and implementation of Basel III. We describe how Basel III changes the nature of previous capital adequacy regimes. We also explain some of the reasons why major changes to the Basel II requirements were deemed to be necessary.