Lenders are directed to sustain debtors through lower interest rates and fees, expanded credit limits, delayed property seizures, and other debt relief and restructuring measures.
Remittances of share sale proceeds to non-resident foreign investors no longer need prior approval from the central bank if pricing is determined based on the net asset value approach.
Bank Indonesia abandoned the practice of quantitative easing in 1999 to ensure fiscal discipline in the aftermath of the Asian financial crisis.
A CBSL scheme announced in April to drive inward remittances and investment may risk Sri Lanka falling back into the FATF's grey list, says Duruthu Chandrasekera.
A CBDC prototype developed by Digital Ventures will be integrated with systems at industrial conglomerate Siam Cement PCL and its suppliers.
Banks should not change the classification of loans between 1 January and 30 September this year, even if borrowers fail to meet their scheduled repayment obligations.
The CBSL has cut the statutory reserve ratio by 200 basis points, releasing $617mn in liquidity in the banking system. The size of its re-finance facility has also been tripled.
A KYC utility will reportedly be introduced next year as a joint project between Pacific Island countries - Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Fiji, Solomon Islands and PNG.
Banks are allowed to distribute cash dividends to general shareholders and stock dividends to sponsors and institutional investors.
Thai bond issuers can list their securities on LuxSE's BdL or Euro MTF; or alternatively obtain a profile listing on the SOL to gain visibility on the Luxembourg Green Exchange.