The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision of the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, is a group of international banking regulators that, among other responsibilities, proposes international capital standards. After the financial crisis beginning in 2008 demonstrated that the previously adopted market risk standards did not provide for sufficient capital to absorb the large trading losses that had occurred, the committee adopted partial revisions in 2009 and declared that it would undertake a thorough review of the standards.
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