First Asian Basel III bonds underscore lack of knowledge


* Bail-in bonds in India and Australia come with low yields * Investors ignore higher loss risks of new securities * Regulators trying to enforce investor education By Manju Dalal and John Weavers June 28 (IFR) - As the first bank bonds that comply with new Basel regulations start to be printed in Asia, the results they are achieving underscore the lack of understanding by local investors of the risks the new securities involve. ...


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