The SBV is allowing lenders to extend the repayment term for customers by six months more months and granting more time for overdue debts to be restructured.
Wealth management firms must continually monitor liquidity risk in wealth management products as well as the assets in which they invest.
MAS seeks feedback on draft provisions in Notice 637 relating to market risk capital and capital reporting requirements.
A global regulatory framework for cryptoassets that only includes banks would exacerbate rather than contain financial stability risks.
UCO Bank is no longer in breach of the PCA parameters based on its latest results. Only Indian Overseas Bank and Central Bank of India remain under the PCA framework.
Eleven banks, including seven that are state-owned, are asked to explain how they plan to address capital shortfalls.
APRA and the RBA consider there to be sufficient HQLA for banks to meet LCR requirements and for the foreseeable future without the need to utilise the CLF.
Banks have been sent a detailed list of the RBNZ's findings and instructions to develop remediation plans and conduct assessments against the findings.
Banks are still required to ensure adequate risk management procedures are in place and that only debtors who are eligible are given the option to restructure their debt.
The mandatory minimum MSME lending requirements will be increased in phases. Lenders that fail to meet the thresholds will face a maximum penalty of IDR 5 billion.
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