HKMA issued the revised completion instructions for Form MA(BS)1F(a) and Form MA(BS)1F(b)) for Certificate of Compliance with the Banking Ordinance. Authorized institutions are advised to follow the revised completion instructions to complete the return templates (which remain unchanged) to certify their compliance with various statutory requirements, including the net stable funding ratio (NSFR) and core funding ratio (CFR) where applicable, starting from the reporting period covering the first quarter of 2018. The revised instructions for the captioned return have been updated following the implementation of NSFR and CFR from January 01, 2018.
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