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“In practice, the so-called risk-based approach is more flexible and more difficult to criticize.”
“In these cases, modernizing the ways banks extend credit (including more risk-based financing) or make it easier to restructure the finances of small and medium enterprises, can help reduce the impediments to investing in the services sector.”
“But that shortage is an unwelcome one as nervous investors looking to load up on lower risk-based assets are coming up short as well.”
“Sen. Barbara Boxer D., Calif. has introduced a bill that would waive the risk-based fees, eliminate the 125% loan-to-value limit, and make other adjustments to the refinance program.”
“Some mortgage analysts say the risk-based fees aren't the main hurdle for refinancing.”
“She admits to sanctioning an unannounced trial of "risk-based" inspections of travellers from the European Union.”
“One potential and regrettable casualty of the media frenzy may be the abandonment of attempts to take a more intelligent, risk-based approach.”
“Late Friday, federal regulators said the downgrade wouldn't affect risk-based capital requirements for U.S. banks—the cushion banks must hold to protect against losses.”
“In addition, banking regulators said Friday night the move wouldn't affect the risk-based capital requirements for U.S. banks, Mr. Dales noted.”
“Sure, Solvency II's objectives are sensible: replace today's patchwork of national rules with a single European system, and introduce a risk-based approach to calculating capital requirements as opposed to a simple percentage of premiums or assets.”
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