SNB updated the capital adequacy reporting forms (release 2.9) and instructions for Basel III. The reporting frequency for parent company is quarterly while the frequency for consolidated reporting is semi-annual. The forms are valid for reporting from June 30, 2019. The forms, which are required on a quarterly basis, must be submitted within six weeks of the reporting date. The forms cover requirements associated with eligible and required capital, credit risks, market risks, operational risks, and unsettled transactions.
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