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Post-crisis bank reforms ensured muted Covid impact, Basel Committee says

The global banking system would have suffered more as a result of the pandemic had it not been for wide-reaching prudential reforms and the support provided by public authorities, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision says.

It reports today that its various Basel reforms, put in place after the 2008 financial crisis, resulted

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Fiona Maxwell

Senior Correspondent


Fiona Maxwell is a financial services senior correspondent at MLex in London. She began her career as a reporter for Risk.net, writing about EU post-crisis regulation, and later worked for POLITICO in Brussels, covering the intersect between financial policy and politics. Prior to joining MLex, Fiona worked at the Bank of England as a policy adviser in the prudential policy directorate.

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