The central bank said China might implement the TLAC framework earlier than 2025 because the country's ratio of credit bonds to GDP may exceed the 55% trigger set by the FSB.
Singapore banks face greater asset risk in 2019, with both Moody's and Fitch expecting loan growth to moderate amid worsening global conditions.
The credit line is aimed at preventing a liquidity crunch after a scandal involving falsified proof of income and assets to approve loans resulted in mass withdrawals by depositors.
Eleven brokerages have contributed $3.7bn to help listed companies facing liquidity issues, while a new programme is launched to support corporate bond issuances.
PBOC Financial Stability Report says new rules will be unveiled in the first half of 2019 aimed at boosting regulatory oversight over financial holding groups.
Banks can act as partial credit guarantors on bonds issued by NBFCs and HFCs to refinance existing debt, enhancing their credit ratings and making them more attractive to investors.
Australian banks are more resilient following post-GFC reforms. But changes to address culture and conduct issues will increase resilience further, says RBA asst governor Michele Bullock.
Basel Committee report shows limited progress in adoption of NSFR, SA-CCR, securitisation framework, and bank capital requirements for equity in funds.
Bank Negara Malaysia intends to conduct further on-site assessments to ensure robustness in liquidity and funding at banks.
Authorised institutions should review and strengthen stress testing frameworks and practices taking account of BCBS' stress testing principles, the HKMA says.