Qatar Financial Center Regulatory Authority (QFCRA) published Banking Business Prudential (Leverage Ratio) Amendments Rules 2019, which amend the Banking Business Prudential Rules 2014. QFCRA also published the Islamic Banking Business Prudential (Leverage Ratio) Amendments Rules 2019, which amend the Islamic Banking Business Prudential Rules 2015. The key amendments are related to the sections on leverage ratio. These rules commence on January 01, 2020.
- Banking Business Prudential (Leverage Ratio) Amendments Rules 2019
- Islamic Banking Business Prudential (Leverage Ratio) Amendments Rules 2019
Effective Date: January 01, 2020
Keywords: Middle East and Africa, Qatar, Banking, Islamic Banking, Leverage Ratio, Prudential Rules, QFCRA
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