Banks designated as D-SIBs will be subject to a capital surcharge of between 0.25 and 1.5 percent, on top of the mandatory capital adequacy ratios.
Effective from 30 June, the framework for the supervision of non-holding financial groups will help enhance the management of group-wide risks.
Indicators of systemic risk and moral hazard moved in the right direction, suggesting that market participants view these reforms as credible, the FSB says.
Macquarie is said to have incorrectly treated specific intra-group funding arrangements for the purposes of calculating capital and related entity exposure metrics.
The 50% dividend restriction will remain in place until 1 July 2022, at which point the RBNZ will seek to normalise the dividend settings.
The guidelines say alternative volatility estimates may be used value new ARR options in cases where there is not enough implied interest rate volatility data.
If a bank remains above all of its minimum risk-based capital requirements in this year's stress test, the restrictions will end after 30 June.
The Senate is considering a bill to double the maximum deposit insurance limit to PHP 1 million per depositor.
MAS is seeking feedback on draft standards relating to credit risk capital and output floor requirements which will start to take effect from 1 January 2023.
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