INTERNATIONAL regulators are worried that business secretary
Watchdogs worldwide have spent years since the crisis pushing banks to hold more capital against risky loans, but Cable believes this has cut lending to firms.
As a result, he will use the
A regulator yesterday maintained the buffers must be respected because "this recent crisis has once again demonstrated that banking crises are extremely costly: not only to taxpayers, when public funds are used to bail out banks, but in lost national wealth."
A spokesman for Cable said banks would retain some of the risk.
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