The Indonesian LCR regulations are assessed as “compliant”, the highest of the four possible grades.
The Indonesian capital framework is assessed as “largely compliant”, which is one notch below the highest grade. The Indonesian authorities amended their regulations during 2016 to address differences identified between the Indonesian rules and the Basel framework. This reflects the commitment of the Indonesian authorities to adopt global prudential standards, both now and as forthcoming standards come into effect.
The Japanese LCR regulations are found to be “compliant”.
The Committee has also published its first follow-up assessment of the Japanese risk-based capital framework, which was initially assessed in 2012. Since then, the Japanese authorities have addressed some of the findings from the first assessment, by introducing regulations on capital buffers and loss absorbency for regulatory capital instruments. Overall, the Japanese risk-based capital framework is still assessed as “compliant”.
The Singapore LCR regulations are assessed as “compliant”.
Basel Committee releases assessments on Indonesia, Japan and Singapore