Which of the following components of capital adequacy is/are mandatory as per Basel III norms?
I. CET Capital
II. AT1 capital
The countercyclical buffer (CCyB) is intended to protect the banking sector against losses that could be caused by cyclical systemic risks. CCyB will be deployed by national regulators when excess aggregate credit growth is judged to be associated with a build-up of system-wide risk to ensure the banking system has a buffer of capital to protect it against future potential losses. This focus on excess aggregate credit growth means that regulators are likely to only need to deploy the buffer on an infrequent basis . Banks will be subject to a countercyclical buffer that varies between zero and 2.5% to total risk-weighted assets . The buffer that will apply to each bank will reflect the geographic composition of its portfolio of credit exposures’
Which of the following is a type of bryophyte that lives in many environments and is characterised by its small, flattened leaves, root-like rhizoids, ...
India's rank in rice production in the world is –
As per the data of January 14, 2022, India has 83 unicorns, with a total valuation of $277.77 billion out of which how many new unicorns were added in t...
Churahi, Mandeali and Keonthali are dialects spoken in the state of:
Chief Election Commissioner of India appointed by ________.
Which of the following is a limestone cave in India?
Who is/are the founder of Apple Inc, the first US-based company ?
What is the Maximum limit of Shishu Loan under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY)?
Which Sufi Sant of Ancient time was related with Advaita Vedant?
Conjunctivitis is an infection primarily related to ______.