FSC Taiwan published provisions and templates, along with a set of the associated questions and answers (Q&As), on disclosure of information for capital adequacy and risk management of domestic banks. To comply with the principles of Pillar 3 of Basel framework, banks are expected to set up a "Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Zone" on their website to disclose the information on capital management, risk management, credit risk, market risk, operational risk, liquidity risk, and securitization.
FSC Taiwan stipulates that banks are required to disclose:
- Information on capital adequacy ratio and leverage ratio, along with the “calculation scope” of the combined capital adequacy ratio
- General, quantitative, and statutory information on credit risk, credit risk standards, internal rating model, and counterparty credit risk
- Qualitative and quantitative information on operational risk, market risk, and securitization
- Information on the management of interest rate risk in banking book
- Information on management of liquidity risk, liquidity coverage ratio, and net stable funding ratio
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Keywords: Asia Pacific, Taiwan, Banking, Basel, Pillar 3, Disclosures, Regulatory Capital, Credit Risk, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Liquidity Risk, IRRBB, Securitization, FSC Taiwan
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