The CFA Institute has released a new study that calls for enhanced loan disclosures in order to allow investors to compare the financial statements of banks more effectively.

The study is the second part of the CFA Institute study, “Financial Crisis Insights on Bank Performance Reporting,” which reveals systematic differences in disclosed loan fair values and impairments (write-downs) by banks in 16 countries across the US, Canada, the European Union, Japan and Australia.

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