The current system of national implementation does not favour full implementation of post-crisis regulatory reform, says German central banker Joachim Wuermeling.
New policies on write-offs are aimed at reducing NPLs on banks' books. Meanwhile, the government has revealed a plan to probe defaulting borrowers and their bankers.
The analysis supports the view that the G-SIB framework is incentivising G-SIBs to become less systemically important. Non-GIBs are showing an increase in relative importance.
The rankings will be used to alert the central bank to risks at financial institutions in the interest of safeguarding the banking system and protect depositors.
Write-offs are the quickest and most direct way to reduce NPL ratios and free up the supply of credit at commercial banks.
India’s central bank has removed the Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra and Oriental Bank of Commerce from lending restrictions under its prompt corrective action framework.
APRA has maintained the countercyclical capital buffer rate at zero percent, focusing instead on targeted measures to improve eroded bank lending standards.
China's recent moves to help banks replenish capital through perpetual bond issuances are seen as a bailout of the banking system. But what happens in another crisis?
In response to stakeholder feedback on doubling bank capital requirements, the RBNZ has extended the consultation deadline and released research originally intended for internal use.
The IMF has assessed that robust financial regulation and supervision should help Hong Kong weather domestic and external shocks despite growing risks to the city's outlook.
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