HKMA published a circular announcing publication of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) on reporting treatment of transactions related to initial public offerings (IPO) in calculating capital and liquidity ratios. The FAQs, which are enclosed in the Annex to the circular, address the enquiries received from authorized institutions.
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