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[[Economic Capital]] denotes the assessment of required [[Risk Capital]] on the basis of pure economic grounds. [[Regulatory Capital]] denotes the assessment of the same under prevailing prudential rules and laws.
 
[[Economic Capital]] denotes the assessment of required [[Risk Capital]] on the basis of pure economic grounds. [[Regulatory Capital]] denotes the assessment of the same under prevailing prudential rules and laws.
  
 
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Economic versus Regulatory Capital

Economic Capital denotes the assessment of required Risk Capital on the basis of pure economic grounds. Regulatory Capital denotes the assessment of the same under prevailing prudential rules and laws.

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