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Chinese banks required to disclose net stable funding ratios

China’s banking and insurance regulator on Tuesday released rules which requires commercial banks’ disclose their net stable funding ratio (NSFR) in compliance with a requirement set by the global financial regulatory framework known as Basel III, in a move to help strengthen their liquidity risk management.

Banks should disclose their NSFR for the most recent two quarters every six months under rules released by the China Banking and Insurance . . .

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