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Debt watcher Fitch Ratings sees Philippine banks to issue more Basel III-compliant debt to refinance capital and to support loan growth. The Basel III-compliant Tier 2 instruments will be mostly targeted at the domestic market and will largely be
The Reserve Bank says it will complete a stock-take of regulations covering banks and non-bank deposit takers by September next year to ensure they're as streamlined as possible given the layers of complexity added with the Basel III regime. While
Mr Stevens dismissed an argument bankers commonly make against tougher capital rules that they will be forced to curtail lending, which would damage growth. Mr Stevens cited reports that found forcing banks to amass bigger capital buffers had only a '
The Central Bank of UAE is in the process of reviewing and updating banking sector regulations to align local regulations with international best practice, according to the Financial Stability Report published by the apex bank on Sunday.
Moody's Investors Service said in a research note released yesterday. The debt watcher said in a statement on the note that enforcement of Basel 3 capital standards in the Philippines and corresponding measures taken by local banks to raise
With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deferring the Basel III implementation deadline by a year to March, 2019, banks, especially the state-run lenders, may to wait to understand investor appetite before issuing hybrid tier 1 bonds, say analysts.
The ratings agency, in a report, said the Reserve Bank of India's deferral of the Basel 3 implementation deadline by a year has eased the pressure on banks to issue hybrid Tier 1 capital in FY15.' The report said that this was a practical outcome of
Friday chaired by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan. The sub-committee...discussed the capital requirements of the banking sector over the next five years in view of the Basel-III regulations and requirements for supervisory capital
Philippine banks slightly deteriorated in the nine months ending September last year, as their capital buffer failed to keep up with faster lending activity that meant taking in riskier assets. The capital adequacy ratio (CAR) of universal and
Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler has called on bigger countries to recognise the need for small nations to deviate from the norm when implementing global banking standards. Central bankers, supervisory authorities and commercial bankers from many