CBRC is consulting on measures for the management of large exposures of commercial banks. Comments are due by February 04, 2018.
The measures include six chapters on the General Provisions, the regulatory requirements for large exposures, the calculation of risk exposures, the management of large exposures, the supervision and administration, and by-laws. The appendices cover customer identification method, specific risk exposure calculation method, trading account risk exposure calculation method, off-balance-sheet project credit conversion coefficient, qualified material and qualified guarantee range, and transitional stage-by-stage compliance requirements. The measures stipulate the scope and methods for the calculation of risk exposure and set requirements for commercial banks to strengthen “large-scale risk management” in terms of organizational structure, management systems, internal limits, and information systems for business.
Related Link (in Chinese): Notification
Comment Due Date: February 04, 2018
Keywords: Asia Pacific, China, Banking, Concentration Risk, Large Exposures, CBRC
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