Pillar 3 Disclosures
Basel 3 is a global regulatory capital framework developed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Basel 3 is composed of three parts, or pillars. Pillar 1 addresses capital adequacy and provides minimum capital requirements. Pillar 2 requires supervisory review of capital adequacy assessments and strategies. Pillar 3 promotes market discipline through prescribed regulatory public disclosures around capital structure, capital adequacy, and risk-weighted assets.
As Basel 3 is implemented at the jurisdictional level, not all regulatory agencies require the same measures or levels of detail in their disclosure requirements. Below is a global list of Bank of America Corporation branches or subsidiaries which are required to adhere to Pillar 3 disclosure requirements in their local markets.
|Bank Holding Company|
($ in millions)
|Bank of America Corporation1||$1,405,267||03/31/2015|
1Pillar 3 Regulatory Capital Disclosures (Standardized Approach).
Archived Holding Company Pillar 3 Reports
2Entity’s fully paid up share capital and Tier 1 capital base increased by a further $12.8 million following a capital injection in January 2015.
Note: Some numbers may not foot due to rounding and conversion from local currencies to U.S. dollars.
N/A = Not applicable, Ireland is not required to hold capital.
Pillar 3 Remuneration Disclosures
Archived Non-US Legal Entities Pillar 3 Reports
Archived Pillar 3 Remuneration Disclosures
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