July 15, 2016

Japanese banks have tier one capital of about 12 percent

"Japanese banks have tier one capital ratio levels of about 12 percent, but this includes their cross-shareholdings in Japanese companies. If the unrealized value of these holdings is excluded, the average tier one capital for Japanese banks drops to about 8 or 9 per cent"


Source: Signs of uplift in bond yields is good news for banking stocks by Karen Maley, Australian Financial Review, Thursday 14th July 2016, p28.


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