South African banks say NSFR changes do not go far enough


South African banks say they will find it easier to comply with the second of Basel III's new liquidity ratios after supervisors published a revised set of proposals on January 12, but warn the industry will still fall below the 100% compliance level demanded by the rules. A study conducted prior to the new proposals claimed that none of the country's big four banks would have a ratio in excess of 60%.

"We're positive on the reforms. There were some benefits and improvements that will make it

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