Among other findings, the report notes the need for additional investment in data and analytical tools to strengthen prudential supervision and systemic risk oversight.
To boost credit growth, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka has cut the statutory reserve ratio for commercial banks from 6 to 5 percent, starting in March.
The Indian government has approved capital infusions into 12 public sector banks amounting to $6.8bn as part of its bank recapitalisation plan.
The central bank bills swap will allow banks to temporarily exchange perpetual bonds for central bank bills for one year, at a rate of 0.25 percent.
The central bank proposes to halve reserve requirements for banks that assist it in restructuring ailing credit institutions.
Crypto asset traders and exchanges in Indonesia say the high capital requirements for participating in crypto futures will hinder the development of the sector.
KPMG's John Kensington says the proposal to raise bank capital requirements could stress the lending market. RBNZ's Adrian Orr defends the plan, but vows to remain "open-minded".
Vietnam’s largest banks are pushing the government to allow them to sell more equity to foreign banks to bolster their capital levels.
Former central bank governor YV Reddy says there is no doubt the government has a claim over the RBI's reserves, but questions how it is exercising its claim.
The current system of national implementation does not favour full implementation of post-crisis regulatory reform, says German central banker Joachim Wuermeling.
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