Indian banks to provide Basel III liquidity data in advance of 2013 deadline

Reserve Bank of India tells domestic banks to start reporting aspects of Basel III liquidity strength measures from June this year – ahead of the 2013 reporting timetable outlined by the Basel Committee

RBI: early adoption of Basel III rules

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has instructed Indian banks to supply data on putative liquidity coverage ratio (LCR), net stable funding ratio (NSFR), LCR by significant currency, and a statement of available unencumbered assets from the start of this year. Additionally it has asked banks to provide a statement on their bond spread movements compared with their share price in order to monitor early indicators of systemic risk, according to Kuntal Sur, a director of risk management at KPMG in

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