The latest monitoring exercise indicates that all banks are meeting CET1 and LCR requirements, but that the biggest banks' capital ratios have fallen for the first time.
China's banking regulator has issued new rules requiring mandatory disclosure of NSFR every six months, and additional public disclosures of NSFR data on banks' websites.
Following a string of penalties against banks last month, the RBI has asked banks to improve their monitoring of the origin and end use of loan funds.
The FSA plans to stress test Japanese regional banks by mid-year and issue business improvement orders and possible restrictions on poorly performing banks.
The proposed agency – the first of its kind in China – could help failed banks to exit the market, limit depositor losses, and prevent contagion effects when serious credit risk events arise.
SBI, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank will remain India's D-SIBs this year. The additional CET1 capital they need to hold will rise in April.
Regulators will tolerate higher NPL ratios on bank lending to small and micro companies, in a bid to improve access to financing for China's ‘real economy’.
ISDA, FIA and IIF members dispute the appropriateness of extending the NCWOL safeguard to equity holders, and debate the size of the "skin-in-the-game" tranche.
While UK banks may not be fully ready to conduct business in EU jurisdictions, from a liquidity and capital point of view they appear well-positioned to weather a no-deal Brexit scenario.
The BSP has given subsidiary banks and quasi-banks an extra year to meet the 100% LCR and NSFR requirements.