BCRA, the central bank of Argentina, published updated rules on minimum capital requirements for financial entities, along with certain aspects of the information transparency regime.
With regard to the minimum capital requirements rules, BCRA published an update related to the external rating agents (External Credit Assessment Institutions or ECAI). With regard to the information regime, the updates are on the following topics:
- Information regime for Supervision: Database on Operational Risk events
- Information Regime for Financial Statements for Quarterly/Annual Publication
- Informative Regime Business Plan and Projections
- Monthly Accounting Information System on "Foreign Exchange Transactions" and others
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Keywords: Americas, Argentina, Banking, Capital Requirements, Information Regime, Disclosures, BCRA
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