BANXICO-CNBV Joint Rules, Liquidity requirements for commercial banking institutions.

September 4, 2020 – Last week Banco de México published new regulations approved on August 26, 2020, on the extension of exceptions to the Banco de México-CNBV Joint Rules, Liquidity requirements for commercial banking institutions.

Regulators acknowledge that there are sufficient elements in current market conditions that justify extending the validity of the exceptions regarding the Liquidity Provisions, the foregoing in order to prevent the liquidity provisions from fostering behavior among commercial banking institutions that could exacerbate the shocks that the SARS-CoV2 virus (COVID-19) pandemic, for which they resolve to extend its validity, in the same terms as those indicated in their joint determination of April 14 of this year, until March 1 from 2021.

This exception generates a favorable impact on the management of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio, an indicator calculated based on the balances reported in the Liquidity Management form.

Jurisdictions affected: Mexico

For more information, visit Banco de México.



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