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This seminar will teach participants the framework and tools necessary for in-depth analysis of bank credit risk in both developed and emerging markets using Moody's bank rating (global rating method).
Moody's Analytics, a global provider of financial intelligence, today announced a series of appointments in its Hong Kong office, expanding the team focused on insurance modeling and analytics across the Asia-Pacific region.
SFC published a circular warning against facilitating the setting up or operation of securities margin financing arrangements by unlicensed persons to circumvent regulatory requirements.
IMF published staff report and selected issues report under the 2018 Article IV consultation with India. Directors stressed the need to focus on macro-financial and structural policies, also welcoming a range of complementary initiatives taken to address high non-performing loans in public-sector banks (PSBs).
HKMA published a set of standard disclosure templates and tables, also known as standard forms, (together with the associated explanatory notes) pursuant to sections 6(1)(ab) and 88(1)(b) of the Banking Disclosure Rules (BDR).
APRA released improved data quality controls on text fields for D2A reporting. These changes are relevant for all APRA-reporting institutions.
APRA published four "short topic" consultation papers, as part of the post-implementation review of the superannuation prudential framework.
APRA released its formal response to the feedback received on replacing Direct to APRA (D2A) with a new data collection solution.
IMF published its staff report under the 2018 Article IV consultation with Singapore.
IMF published its staff report under the 2018 Article IV consultation with China. The report outlines recent and ongoing improvements in regulatory framework, among other issues.
HKMA is extending the implementation date of the amended Banking (Exposure Limits) Rules (BELR) by six months to July 01, 2019.
HKMA released the consultation conclusion on the public consultation related to rules prescribing loss-absorbing capacity (LAC) requirements for authorized institutions.
PBC released a notice to further clarify issues related to the guidelines on regulating asset management businesses of financial institutions.
CBIRC is consulting on the Measures for Supervision and Management of Commercial Banks' Financial Management Services.
CSRC published consultations on the "Management Measures for Private Equity Asset Management Business of Securities and Futures Operating Agencies (Draft for Comment)" and "Regulations on the Operation and Management of Private Equity Asset Management Plan of Securities and Futures Operating Agencies (Draft for Comment).
ACPR published the draft version of taxonomy RAN 1.2.0 for Solvency II reporting. The returns are expected before August 20, 2018. The first closing date is December 31, 2018 for the 2019 reporting.
HKMA published the Open Application Programming Interface (API) framework for the banking sector in Hong Kong. HKMA announced that it will also launch the Open API on its official website on July 23, 2018.
MAS published proposed regulations to enhance the resolution regime for financial institutions in Singapore.
Moody's Analytics, a global provider of financial intelligence, is pleased to announce that Aozora Bank has selected the company's ImpairmentCalc™ platform as its IFRS 9 solution. Among other purposes, the bank will use the tool to complete its financial impact analysis of expected credit loss (ECL).