Failure to secure deal on bank-capital rules

The flagship piece of financial services legislation that could have defined Cyprus’s presidency of the Council of Ministers was a new set of rules on capital requirements for the banking sector. However, Cyprus was unable to secure agreement on the regulation and directive, known as CRD IV, and this must be considered a major disappointment.

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