Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

International Top 30 position: 22
International 50 position (Asia-Pacific): 37

Basel oversight committee endorses revised liquidity standards

On 6 January, the Group of Central Bank Governors and Heads of Supervision, the oversight body for the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision, endorsed a revised formulation of the new minimum liquidity standard, known as the liquidity coverage ratio, one of two quantitative liquidity measures approved in December 2010 as part of Basel III.

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CityPoint
1 Ropemaker Street
London
EC2Y 9HU
UK

Global turnover 2011: $963.5m
Global lawyers: 820
Jurisdiction: US
No. of offices: 5
No. of qualified lawyers: 66 (International 50)