New private placement shares represent a more than 44% expansion of Bank of Jinzhou's share capital, diluting the stakes of existing investors in the bank.
The measures include liquidity facilities to help businesses, targeted asset purchases, and relaxed regulatory requirements for banks.
State Bank of India and other banks will invest about 500 billion rupees in Yes Bank shares and CDs. AT1 bondholders will recover about 20% of their investment.
The new SAFr - said to be more forward-looking compared to CAMELS - uses a four-point rating scale, focusing on FIs business models and compliance systems' ability to mitigate risk.
Peter Guy explores whether regulation, compliance and financial technology have improved risk management in the 25 years since Barings Bank's spectacular crash.
The RBI says it had "no alternative" to protect the interests of the public and depositors, given the absence of a credible revival plan. A draft plan for Yes Bank's reconstruction is open for comment.
While Singaporean banks have sufficient loss-absorption buffers to withstand pressure, the impact will depend on the extent and duration of the outbreak.
The move follows all-time lows in China's manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI figures, prompting analysts to cut their first quarter GDP growth forecasts to minus 6%.
The relief measures may include grace periods for rediscounting loans, staggered booking of credit losses, non-imposition of penalties for reserve deficiencies, and non-recognition of loan defaults.
At a recent BIS meeting, participants discussed how existing risk management requirements for banks and insurers could be adjusted to capture climate risk exposures.