This guidance outlines the Regulator’s reporting requirements for calculating how much capital should be held by banks against potential losses arising out of market risk.Read More
Under Basel II banks should develop, implement and improve systems for tracking and monitoring credit risk exposures arising from unsettled and failed transactions, as appropriate. They should produce management information that facilitates action on a timely basis.Read More
Module 6 is designed to provide the Regulator with an assessment of a bank’s balance sheet and off-balance sheet activities including, for subsidiaries only, its capital resources.Read More
Module 7, Individual Capital Guidance (”ICG”) is intended to show the Commission that a bank has adequate financial resources to meet the risks to which it is exposed.Read More
Report deposit liabilities of the bank placed by a group company (“group” has the meaning given in section 2 of the Nevis International Banking Ordinance, 2014 (the “Ordinance”)). This definition may not necessarily concur with those applied by the bank’s auditors under US or International accounting standards. Disclosure in the annual audited financial statements should continue to be guided by those accounting standards (or such other body of generally accepted accounting principles as agreed in
writing by the Regulator). Exclude deposits from companies which are included in the consolidation of form BSL/2.