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par marie Mer 30 Mai 2012 - 22:18

la BRI, ( banque des réglements internationaux), envisage de reclasser les stocks d'or des banques en actif de 1ere catégorie, comme le sont les devises à l'heure actuelle !

les stocks d'or des banques commerciales seraient donc pondérés à 100% au lieu de 50% actuellement !



ceci dans le cadre du resserrement des ratios de capitalisation des banques , ratios qui passeraient de 4 à 6%

http://www.sharpspixley.com/comment/ross-norman-the-next-big-thing-in-gold-possible-purchase-of-1700-tonnes-gold/122544



ça c'est LA news de la semaine ...

on comprend d'autant mieux les propositions allemandes sur le collatéral or des états membres de l'union européenne !



avec ce nouveau statut de l'or, il va pleuvoir des demandes de rappatriement des stocks, des réclamations sur les préts d'or effectués ...et évidemment encore plus d'achat d'or de la part des institutionnels et banques centrales !



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par marie Mar 19 Juin 2012 - 23:10

c'est toujours à l'état de projet, mais c'est finalisé !



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Since I haven't read this public information anywhere yet today, I thought I might try to cheer you up a bit. After all these years of not being able to speak of gold in public company, I beginning to have a smile on my face.

If gold isn't money, it sure seems to beat cash from the BIS point of view. Now it appears gold is acceptable as currency beyond sovereign currencies. Sovereign currency can't say that! Bernake, Munger, Gates and Buffet have some explaining to do with this public announcement today. Granted, this is only a final proposal, but it is now in documented print. It might be interesting if the bullion banks try to nix one of the zero percent RW items that require zero capital reserves, and qualifies as low RW collateral. What a fraud the media puts upon us! Frankly, they should have put Gold bullion at the top of the line.

http://www.fdic.gov/news/news/financial/2012/fil12027.html





A. Zero Percent Risk-Weighted Items

The following exposures would receive a
zero percent risk weight under the proposal:


  • Cash;
  • Gold bullion;
  • Direct and unconditional claims on the U.S. government, its central bank, or a U.S. government agency;
  • Exposures unconditionally guaranteed by the U.S. government, its central bank, or a U.S. government agency;
  • Claims on certain supranational entities (such as the International Monetary Fund) and certain multilateral development banking organizations
  • Claims on and exposures unconditionally guaranteed by sovereign entities that meet certain criteria (as discussed below).
  • For more information, please refer to sections 32(a) and 37(b)(3)(iii) of the proposal. For exposures to foreign governments and their central banks, see section L below.

    Q. Treatment of Collateralized Transactions
    The proposal allows banking organizations to recognize the risk mitigating benefits of financial collateral in risk-weighted assets, and defines financial collateral to include:
  • cash on deposit at the bank or third-party custodian;
  • gold;

In all cases the banking organization would be required to have a perfected, first priority interest in the financial collateral.

1.
Simple approach: A banking organization may apply a risk weight to the portion of an exposure that is secured by the market value of financial collateral by using the risk weight of the collateral – subject to a risk weight floor of 20 percent. To apply the simple approach, the collateral must be subject to a collateral agreement for at least the life of the exposure; the collateral must be revalued at least every 6 months; and the collateral (other than gold)must be in the same currency.

Note:
Gold does not have to be in the same currency! YES! There would be a few limited exceptions to the 20 percent risk weight floor:


  • A banking organization may assign a zero percent risk weight to the collateralized portion of an exposure where:

    • The financial collateral is cash on deposit; or
    • The financial collateral is an exposure to a sovereign that qualifies for a zero percent risk weight (including the United States) and the banking organization has discounted the market value of the collateral by 20 percent.

  • take care,
    Jim Hanson
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MessageRe: l'or reclassé en actif de 1ere catégorie / en projet à la BRI
par nofear Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 12:25

c'est quasi officiel l'or est équivalent à du cash . Ce n'est plus un métal/ matière première


Citation :
The full note can be found at FDIC.gov and Section 11 on page 57 states,
"A zero percent risk weight to cash owned and held in all of a banking
organization’s offices or in transit; gold bullion held in the banking
organization's own vaults, or held in another depository institution's
vaults on an allocated basis to the extent gold bullion assets are
offset by gold bullion liabilities; and to exposures that arise from the
settlement of cash transactions with a central counterparty where there
is no assumption of ongoing counterparty credit risk by the central
counterparty after settlement of the trade and associated default fund
contributions."


Citation :
The move will essentially place gold on the same risk level as cold hard
cash -- 0%. Historically, gold has received a risk weighting of 50%. If
the proposal stands, it appears that banks will have more flexibility
and will not have their regulatory capital ratios punished for holding
gold as a haven, instead of government bonds or fiat currency. This will
likely help gold be seen more as a true haven in financial markets and
further drive gold bullion demand, which is already at historic highs
among central banks.

http://www.blacklistednews.com/Gold_Bug_Game_Changer:_US_Treasury,_FDIC_And_Federal_Reserve_Mulling_New_Gold_Regulation/20283/0/38/38/Y/M.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


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par marie Mar 3 Juil 2012 - 14:07

très interessante mise en perspective de Alasdair Macleod

http://www.goldmoney.com/gold-research/alasdair-macleod/gold-reentering-monetary-system.html



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Gold as a Tier 1 Banking asset

Good Afternoon Bill, (from a very wet Lagos)

Whilst there has been quite a lot written recently about the possibility that BIS/FDIC might reduce the risk weighting to 0% (tier 1 status) for gold held as assets backing bank capital, just about all internet commentators lack any further substance or particulars.. Must these gold reserves be vault gold,with certification by an assayer (ie proof of no tungsten contamination), or can this gold be merely held by an authorized custodian on a allocated basis?. But there are now reports starting to emerge that much allocated gold is 'gone'. Who would audit these authorized custodians and the lists of allocated bullion bar no.s. Bob Pisani?. How would the gold be valued-on a daily mark to market basis at say the PM London fix, with all the integrity of a LIBOR fix or this PM fix less 10% for contingencies? Or at the last ACCESS market trade, 75 minutes after market closure. Whenever the BIS is involved with reporting of bank gold reserves be cautious rather than excited.

I read many hours each day on the internet, and I would like to reproduce a quote from Jesse-I think it sums everything so well:

"Basically gold and to a somewhat lesser extent silver, are annoying rivals to fiat money. In times of distress they are a haven for individuals in protecting their wealth, and a threat to the status quo banking system because they are fundamentally difficult to manage and to control since they do not rely on a promise.

Bullion banks and trading desks, with the likely cooperation of the government and the banking system itself, have created a leveraged paper market that surrounds gold and silver bullion like a large,opaque cocoon, many times the size of what is apparently owned itself.

At some point that reality will be revealed, and all hell will break loose as various groups seek to grab bullion ownership as fast as they can. It will make what happened at MF Global look like recess on the schoolyard.

This in a nutshell is the premise that GATA has put forward for some time, and it makes sense based on everything that I have seen."
Regards
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