BCRA updated the minimum capital requirements and liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) rules under the Basel standards for banks. BCRA also published updates related to certain aspects of the information transparency regime.
BCRA updated Section 2 of the minimum capital requirements rules related to minimum capital for credit risk and Section 4 of the LCR rules related to total cash outflows. With regard to the information regime, the updates are on the following topics:
- Monthly Accounting Information System on minimum capital requirement and integration
- Monthly Accounting Information System on securities
- Information Regime on claims
- Monthly Accounting Information System on minimum cash and application of resources
- Monthly Accounting Information System on minimum security measures in financial institutions
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Keywords: Americas, Argentina, Banking, Capital Requirements, LCR, Information Regime, BCRA
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