After the financial crisis, new rules were created to determine how banks recognize their loan losses. The CARES Act gave US banks the option to delay implementation of those rules. Chicago Booth’s Haresh Sapra says delaying is a bad idea—but that implementation should be accompanied by a reevaluation of capital requirements.

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