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CHINA: The China Banking Regulatory Commission, the top banking regulator, is
planning to strengthen regulation of commercial banks' liquidity management.
According to a draft released Wednesday by the CBRC to solicit public opinion,
the new regulation would introduce three new standards for the assessment of
liquidity: net stable funding ratio (NSFR) for commercial banks possessing
assets above CNY200 billion; a high-quality liquid asset adequacy ratio for
commercial banks with assets below CNY200 billion; and a liquidity matching
ratio for all commercial banks. The CBRC said it will release details of the
relevant liquidity management requirements, including inter-day liquidity and
funding management. The new regulation is due to take effect on March 1, 2018.