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The FPC views the leverage ratio as an integral part of the capital framework and an effective complement to the existing framework of risk-weighted capital requirements and buffers.
The apex bank observed that while the banks' risk-weighted capital ratios were strong, their leverage ratios were not.
Capital management remains a focus for the bank's stakeholders, with the total risk-weighted capital ratio increasing from 12.
The corporate experts on staff at NCUA were reluctant to support a risk-weighted capital structure, citing such a system as unnecessarily complex and strongly emphasizing their belief that the current capital system of RUDE, PIC and MCS adequately protected corporate credit unions against the risk on their balance sheets," Dollar recalled.
0% of total risk-weighted capital as of September 30, 2008.
Recently a number of commentators have called for the Basel Committee to make improvements to Basel II, including carrying out a quantitative impact study using observations from recent upheavals, meaningful non-risk weighted leverage ratio requirements (as currently applicable in the US) to supplement current risk-weighted capital requirements and use of banks' own risk models to be complemented by credible and effective market discipline.
Increase its risk-based capital to 11 percent of its risk-weighted capital by Dec.
According to regulatory reports, more than 98 percent of these organizations have risk-weighted capital ratios in excess of 10 percent, well above the Basel I minimum of 8 percent.