August 24, 2017
The Swedish Regulator, Finansinspektionen, has proposed to abolish two liquidity regulations. The two regulations in question are (FFFS 2011:37): Reporting liquidity risks for credit institutions and securities companies, and (FFS 2012:6):Liquidity Adequacy Requirements and cash and cash flow reporting.
The reason for the proposal is that the regulations will be replaced by binding, directly applicable liquidity provisions in the supervisory regulation, which apply to credit institutions and securities companies. In practice, the suspension does not mean a real change since EU reporting is already taking place today (24/08/17), comparable to reporting according to the regulations.
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