BCBS published Version 4.2.2 of the Basel III monitoring workbook, along with the updated frequently asked questions (FAQs) on Basel III monitoring. The updates are in reference to the collection of December 2020 data. While the structure of the workbooks used for this data collection exercise is the same in all participating countries, BCBS highlights that it is important that banks only use the workbook obtained from their respective national supervisory agency to submit their returns. This is because only these workbooks are adjusted to reflect the particularities of the regulatory frameworks in participating countries.
BCBS monitors the impact of Basel III global regulatory framework for more resilient banks and banking systems, Basel III leverage ratio framework and disclosure requirements, Basel III liquidity coverage ratio and liquidity risk monitoring tools, Basel III net stable funding ratio, and the final Basel III post-crisis reforms on a sample of banks. The exercise is repeated semi-annually, with end-December and end-June reporting dates. Additionally, worksheets have been added to collect data on the ongoing policy initiatives of BCBS.
Keywords: International, Banking, Basel III, Basel III Monitoring, FAQ, Data Collection, BCBS
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