Asia's long march to RBC

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      <subfield code="a">Regulatory change is sweeping across Asia, whose markets are moving towards risk-based capital (RBC) frameworks, though ata varying pace. Today, there remain as many questions as answers. We bring you a snapshot of issues raised at the 3rd Asia Conference on Risk-Based Capital held in Manila. </subfield>
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