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'Basel IV' deal on bank capital reached, sets 72.5% output floor

Banks will have to hold at least 72.5% of the capital against risky assets recommended by standard models, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said, announcing a major deal on how lenders calculate risk widely dubbed "Basel IV."

The long-awaited overhaul of risk calculations completes the Basel III post-crisis banking framework.