RBI revises liquidity measuring rules for Basel III

RBI revises liquidity measuring rules for Basel III

The Reserve Bank has revised certain rules on measuring liquidity for Basel III norms, providing exemption to branches of foreign banks from submitting statement with regard to foreign currency.

 

Basel panel says Indian banks ''largely compliant'' on liquidity standards: RBI

Basel panel says Indian banks ''largely compliant'' on liquidity standards: RBI

A Basel committee has assessed Indian banks` liquidity coverage ratio requirements as `largely compliant` with the minimum prescribed standards, the Reserve Bank of India said in a circular on Tuesday.

SLR cut credit positive for banks, says Moody's

The Reserve Bank decision to reduce the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) is credit positive for banks as it would help them manage liquidity and increase profitability, Moody's Investors Service said today.

High value FDs to earn higher rate; norms to be issued soon: RBI

Unbreakable high value fixed deposits will soon earn higher rate of interest with the Reserve Bank of India allowing banks to offer differential rates.

RBI relaxation to help banks meet Jan 2015 LCR target: Crisil

A recent revision in liquidity guidelines under the Basel-III framework by RBI will help lenders meet the 60 percent liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) threshold set for January 2015, ratings agency Crisil said Monday.

RBI's LCR guidelines credit positive for banks: Moody's

The RBI said the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) will be introduced in a phased manner with a requirement of 60 percent from January 2015.

RBI issues final guidelines on liquidity coverage ratio

The Reserve Bank on Monday said the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) will be introduced in a phased manner with a requirement of 60 percent from January 2015.

Global regulators relax liquidity requirements for banks

The deadline for the full implementation of the stiff liquidity norms or Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) for banks, that were to kick in from 2015, has been extended till 2019.