Comments received on the "Revisions to the Basel III leverage ratio framework - consultative document"

On 6 April 2016, the Basel Committee released its consultative document "Revisions to the Basel III leverage ratio framework". Interested parties were invited to provide written comments by 6 July 2016. These comments, in PDF format, are available below.

The Committee wishes to thank those who have taken the time and effort to express their views.

ABN AMRO Clearing Bank and partners
American Council of Life Insurers
Americans for Financial Reform
APG Asset Management
Austrian Federal Economic Chamber - Division Bank and Insurance
AXA Investment Managers
Bangkok Bank
Brevan Howard Investment Products
British Bankers Association
Canadian Bankers Association
CCP12 and European Association of CCP Clearing Houses
Chicago Board Options Exchange
CME Group
Collective response by various banking and finance industry associations - AIMA, CMC, IA, MFA, SIFMA AMG
Collective response by various banking and finance industry associations - GFMA, IIF, ISDA, JFMC, TCH
Credit Suisse Group
Denmark Ministry of Business and Growth
Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Börse Group
Dubai Financial Services Authority
European Association of Public Banks
European Banking Federation
Finance Watch
French Asset Management Association (AFG)
French Banking Federation
Futures Industry Association
German Banking Industry Committee
Insight Investment
International Banking Federation
International Capital Markets Association - European Repo and Collateral Council
Japanese Bankers Association
KNF Polish Financial Supervision Authority
LCH.Clearnet Group
Martien Lubberink
Morgan Stanley
Norges Bank and Finanstilsynet
Pension Fund for Metalworking and Mechanical Engineering, Pension Fund for the Metal and Electrical Engineering Industries and MN
Per Kurowski
Polish Bank Association
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association - Asset Management Group
Singapore Exchange
State Street Corporation
Structured Finance Industry Group
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
The Basel Club (association of Thai commercial banks)
The Investment Association
Thomas Murray Data Services
World Council of Credit Unions
World Federation of Exchanges
World Savings and Retail Banking Institute - European Savings and Retail Banking Group