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Australian regulators are working hard to provide a fitting solution to the liquidity conundrum facing institutions ahead of the implementation of new Basel III regulations. For the moment, a committed...
As the global over-the-counter derivatives market moves towards central clearing, Australian dealers are preparing to follow suit, in the anticipation that punitive capital charges will be applied to those...
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New Basel III liquidity regulations look set to force many Asia-Pacific banks and regulators into uncharted territory as they try to comply with the rules and meet their own requirements through innovation.
Elbert Pattijn, chief risk officer at DBS in Singapore, believes modifications to Basel III liquidity rules made late last year may still fall short of industry requirements to meet the final regulatory definitions of high quality liquid assets.
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With relatively low holdings of toxic structured credit assets, Australian banks emerged from the crisis in a stronger position than their peers in other developed markets. But this is not reflected in credit spreads, presenting investors with possible...
Continuous-linked settlement – the initiative designed to eliminate forex settlement risk – went live at the end of last year. But with only Australia and Japan represented in the first batch of currencies, what will CLS mean for Asia’s banks?
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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