The Philippines has changed its rules for calculating bank capital to better reflect asset quality and align with computations used for capital adequacy.
Although it is still unclear which of the proposals will be adopted, the industry sees the data as so compelling that regulators will recognise the need for some form of relief.
The RBNZ's endeavours to strengthen the banks could come at a significant cost to the New Zealand economy, UBS has said in a research note.
The HKMA circular follows last week's publication of new minimum capital requirements for market risk by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
Based on a review initiated in 2017, the Basel Committee says its 2008 Principles for Sound Liquidity Risk Management Supervision remain fit for purpose, while warning of risks ahead.
Bank of China's perpetual bond issuance is likely to see participation from foreign investors as China pushes to further open up its bond markets.
Eligible domestic borrowers can borrow up to $750mn per year in foreign currency or rupees from any entity in a country which is FATF or IOSCO compliant.
Listed commercial banks in Vietnam will need to raise an estimated $10bn in capital this year to meet Basel II capital requirements by 1 January 2020.
The final revisions to the market risk framework reduces the amount of total market risk capital for banks' trading books by almost half compared to the 2016 version.
The Code provides guidance on the qualifying conditions to use the internal assessment approach for calculating the capital requirement for certain securitisation exposures.