Basel IV & the implications for European banks in 2018

Rob Burnett, Head of European Equities, Neptune

The final details of the Basel IV reform package were recently unveiled, which were less severe than many feared. With this regulatory overhang removed, what are the implications for European banks? Watch Rob Burnett discuss the impact and why he is maintaining his overweight to the sector going into 2018.

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