SBV published a draft circular that amends and supplements a number of articles of circulars on periodic reporting regime. The draft circular provides for amendments to reporting incomplete components and/or components that do not fully meet the provisions of Decree No. 09/2019/ND-CP of the Government covering regulations on reporting regime of state administrative agencies. The draft circular proposes amendments to multiple articles, including articles related to report on credit information activities, tasks and powers of the supervisory team, responsibilities of commercial banks, reporting to SBV on internal control system, management of deposit, and responsibilities of Vietnam Deposit Insurance, Vietnam Cooperative Bank, and lending credit institutions.
Related Link (in Vietnamese): Draft Circular and Related Documents
Keywords: Asia Pacific, Vietnam, Banking, Reporting, SBV
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