Capital Adequacy Reports

Capital adequacy, a term that has emerged upon
the repercussions of the 2008 global financial crisis
which called for the Basel Committee’s members to
hold several rounds of meetings until they adopted
a set of recommendations in November 2010.
The members should observe to address the crisis
repercussions ensuring that it reoccur. Capital
adequacy indicates the ability of financial institutions
(banks and investment companies) to provide liquidity
to meet short-term liabilities & create capital capable
of withstanding the investment risks shall these risks
materialize, such financial institutions are not exposed
to bankruptcy or collapse, enhancing the stability and
efficiency of financial systems worldwide.