BCB issued Circular No. 3,905 that amends regulations on the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and the net stable funding ratio (NSFR) in Brazil. This recent circular amends the BCB Circular No. 3,869 of December 19, 2017, which establishes the methodology for long-term liquidity (NSFR) indicator and provides for the disclosure of information related to NSFR. In addition, it amends the Circular No. 3,749, which is dated March 05, 2015 and which establishes the methodology for calculating the short-term liquidity (LCR) and provides for the disclosure of information related to LCR.
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