Global regulators are considering imposing tighter capital rules for banks considered to be systemically important or "too big to fail", meaning their collapse would imperil the wider financial system.
No Canadian bank is believed to be on the radar screen of the global regulators, but many believe that Canada's bank regulator, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, could impose tighter rules on domestic banks deemed key to the domestic sector.
According to the central bank -- which does not have a hand in...
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