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The Enlightenment of the Progress of Macro-prudential Regulation on Global Systemically Important Banks to China’s Banking Sector
Pages: 45-50
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Xi'an Finance

Keyword:  macro-prudentialSystemically Important Banks(SIBs)Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity(TLAC)regulation;
Abstract: On November 3, 2015, Financial Stability Board(FSB) released the latest list of global systemically important banks(G-SIBs), China Construction Bank was ranked in the list for the first time. So far, China’s four state-owned commercial banks have been ranked in the list. As the issuing of the requirement on Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity(TLAC)in November 2014, G-SIBs have been faced with stricter macro-prudential regulation requirements, which brings forward challenges for business and regulation of China’s banks. Combined with current international financial regulation, the paper introduces the contents of TLAC and its relationship with capital regulation of Basel Ⅲ. And then, the paper analyzes varieties and characteristics of TLAC capital and debt instruments, assesses the possible impact of supply and demand for TLAC tools caused by the implementation of the new rules on the banking business. In the end, the paper puts forward relevant policy suggestions for China to respond to rules on TLAC.
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