The latest measures include a NZ$30bn bond-buying programme, a new term lending facility for banks, and additional liquidity to support funding markets.
Using capital resources to support the real economy and absorb losses should take priority over discretionary distributions. HQLA stocks should be used to meet liquidity demands.
Banks have also been told not to use debt collectors during the Covid-19 pandemic, and to instead help customers by restructuring existing debt and granting new subsidised loans.
Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia were assessed as compliant with global standards for the net stable funding ratio and large exposures framework.
Australia's big four banks have each announced reductions in their lending rates, as well as the availability of deferrals of small business and home loan repayments.
BNM has lowered the SRR ratio to the lowest level since April 2011, and is allowing principal dealers to recognise MGS and MGII up to 1 billion ringgit as part of SRR compliance.
The National Bank of Cambodia is also reducing interest rates on repo transactions with banks and encouraging more lending to the public.
The BSP has cut interest rates and relaxed regulations on compliance reporting by banks, calculation of penalties on required reserves, and single borrower limits.
The central bank has directed banks to restructure repayment periods, cut interest rates, waive fees and maintain debt classifications to support borrowers.
New measures include an interest rate cut, a bond-buying programme, a term lending facility for banks, and relaxed expectations on bank capital ratios.