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In this webinar, Moody's Analytics economists discuss Australia's macro and regional economic outlook and the impact on the housing market.
The Notice establishes the minimum capital adequacy ratios for a reporting bank and the methodology a reporting bank shall use for calculating these ratios (Pillar 1).
MAS issued Notices 129, 130, 131, 212, and 213 on insurance returns, which will take effect on January 01, 2019.
CBIRC published final measures for the supervision and administration of financial management business of commercial banks.
The staff report reveals that the financial system appears sound and is dominated by well-capitalized banks.
He examined industry response to the smart banking initiatives, the growing significance and drivers of regtech in the smart banking era, and the exploration of suptech by HKMA.
RBI amended the requirement of Level 1 High Quality Liquid Assets (HQLA) for computing the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) of banks.
APRA published a consultation, by the Council of Financial Regulators, on an Issues Paper that is part of a review of the regulatory framework for stored-value facilities, such as purchased payment facilities.
At the 2018 Curious Thinkers Conference in Sydney, the APRA Chairman Wayne Byres examined the potential impact of financial technologies on the financial sector.
MAS published its enforcement monograph to provide greater clarity and transparency into how it deters, detects, investigates, and takes action against breaches of the rules and regulations it administers.
APRA released updated guidance, in the form of an Information Paper, on the use of shared computing services, such as cloud, by APRA-regulated entities.
APRA published frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the large exposures framework for authorized deposit-taking institutions.