Following a similar report from Punjab National Bank earlier this month, Allahabad Bank has reported a $258mn fraud at Bhushan Power & Steel.
The IMF says Singapore's financial system would continue to be resilient even under very adverse scenarios, but that foreign currency liquidity risk needs to be addressed.
Both the revised leverage ratio treatment of client cleared derivatives and the revised disclosure requirements will come into effect in Hong Kong on 1 January 2022, in line with the BCBS timetable.
ASIC says the proposed responsible lending guidance is not about increasing requirements; rather, it seeks to clarify and update guidance on existing requirements.
The increase in capital requirements are to reflect weaknesses in operational risk management identified in the banks' self-assessments.
The big four banks will need to raise A$50bn to meet higher loss-absorbing capacity requirements by 2024, though the increase is less than was proposed last November.
KB Kookmin and KEB Hana have three months to submit plans for reducing their China corporate bodies' reliance on support from their Korean parents.
The government announced a fresh capital infusion for state banks, credit guarantees on NBFC assets, and stronger supervisory powers for the RBI.
Under APRA's new serviceability guidance, borrowers on a typical 4% mortgage rate can expect to be assessed at 6.25% rather than 7.25%, enabling them to immediately secure larger loans.
The BCBS has assessed the implementation of the NSFR and large exposures framework in Australia and India to be 'compliant' with its standards.