- CRAB grieves the death of Mr. Sohail Humayun|
- Asset Award CRAB as Rating Agency of The Year|
- CRAB Analytics arranged training on Business Analysis through MS Excel in Dhaka Club|
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- CRAB Analytics and Social Responsibility Asia (SR Asia) Bangladesh inked Strategic Alliance Agreement|
What is the impact of Basel II on banks in Bangladesh
Under the new framework, banks will need to provide capital for credit risk based on the risk associated with their loan portfolios. If a bank has high-quality credit exposures (for example, if the majority of its credit exposures are in the ‘AAA’ and ‘AA’ categories) it will save capital on account of credit risk; the difference is apparent in the illustration below. Conversely, a bank with relatively lower rated credit exposures will need to provide more capital.