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Panama Mulls Bank Capital Hike: Superintendent

Mar 19, 2013

Panama’s banking regulator is considering raising minimum capital ratios as it shifts to a risk-based model of supervision, officials say. “We’re doing some very preliminary studies to see if we should increase the minimum requirement to strengthen the system,” Corina Guardia,...

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