1 Regulatory Practice Letter November 2014 RPL BCBS Issues Final Net Stable Funding Ratio Standard Executive Summary The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision ( BCBS or Basel Committee ) issued its final on October 31, 2014, requiring banks to maintain a stable funding profile in relation to their on- and off-balance sheet activities. Entitled Basel III: the net stable funding ratio ( NSFR or ), the global aims to reduce the likelihood that disruptions to a bank's regular sources of funding will erode its liquidity position, thereby potentially increasing the risk of its failure that, in turn, could lead to broader systemic stress. The NSFR is defined as the amount of available stable funding relative to the amount of required stable funding. Under the final, this ratio should be no less than 100 on an ongoing basis. Available amount of stable funding 100 Required amount of stable funding Available stable funding refers to the portion of capital and liabilities expected to be reliable over the one-year time horizon considered by the NSFR. The amount of stable funding required of a bank is a function of the liquidity characteristics and residual maturities of its assets and off-balance sheet exposures. The final retains the structure of the Basel Committee s January 2014 consultative proposal, but includes the following key changes for the required stable funding of short-term exposures to banks and other financial institutions, derivatives exposures, and assets posted as initial margin for derivatives contracts: Unencumbered loans to financial institutions with residual maturities of less than six months, where the loan is secured against Level 1 assets and the bank has the ability to freely rehypothecate the received collateral for the life of the loan will receive a 10 weighting, while all other unencumbered loans to financial institutions will receive a15 weighting; NSFR derivative assets net of NSFR derivative liabilities, if the NSFR derivative assets exceed NSFR derivative liabilities, will received a 100 weighting; and Cash, securities, or other assets posted as initial margin for derivative contracts and cash, or other assets, provided to contribute to the default fund of a central counterparty will receive an 85 weighting. In addition, the final recognizes that, under certain strict conditions subject to the discretion of national supervisors, certain asset and liability items are interdependent and can therefore be viewed as neutral in terms of the NSFR. The NSFR will become a minimum international by January 1, 2018.
2 Background The global financial crisis revealed certain vulnerabilities related to banks management of their funding liquidity risk that ultimately impacted the stability of the broader financial system. The balance sheet structures of banks, combined with an increasing reliance on short-term wholesale funding to supplement demand deposits, proved to be susceptible to client and investor runs. Subsequent contractions in the wholesale funding markets exacerbated these risks, as banks invested more of these funds in mismatched assets that became effectively illiquid in times of market stress. To address these funding liquidity concerns, the BCBS issued two quantitative s in December 2010, the Liquidity Coverage Ratio ( Basel III LCR ) and the NSFR, under its Basel III regulatory framework. These s were developed to achieve two separate, but complementary objectives. The Basel III LCR was developed to promote short-term resilience of a bank s liquidity risk profile by ensuring that the bank has sufficient high-quality liquid assets ( HQLA ) to survive a significant stress scenario lasting for one month. The NSFR was developed to promote resilience over a longer, one-year time horizon by creating additional incentives for banks to fund their activities with more stable sources of funding on an ongoing basis. The Basel III LCR, entitled Basel III: the Liquidity Coverage Ratio and liquidity risk monitoring tools, was finalized by the BCBS in January The BCBS issued a proposal for industry comment to revise its original NSFR in January Under this, the average NSFR for large, internationally active banks who participated in the most recent quantitative impact study on bank readiness to meet the Basel III s was 111 as of December Seventy-eight of these banks reported an NSFR that met or exceeded 100, showing that, while banks have made substantial progress, further actions may be required for some banks. 1 In September 2014, the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation jointly released a final rule implementing the Basel III LCR in the United States ( U.S. LCR ). 2 In its final form, the U.S. LCR requires that, on a consolidated basis, a company s unencumbered high-quality liquid assets must be greater than or equal to 100 of its total net cash outflows over a prospective 30-calendar-day period. The U.S. LCR final rule is considered to be more stringent than the Basel III LCR, due to its restrictions on the range of assets qualifying as unencumbered HQLA, assumed rate of outflows of certain kinds of funding, and shorter transition period to full implementation. Description Definitions and Minimum Requirements The final provided some relief to banks relative to the January 2014 proposed NSFR. Under the final, the NSFR is defined as the 1 See Implementation of Basel s: A report to G20 Leaders on implementation of the Basel III regulatory reforms, BCBS, November See KPMG Regulatory Practice Letter
3 amount of available stable funding relative to the amount of required stable funding, which should be greater than or equal to 100 on an ongoing basis. Available Stable Funding (NSFR Numerator) Available stable funding ( ASF ) is defined as the portion of capital and liabilities expected to be reliable over a one-year time horizon. The final establishes a tiered structure based on categories assigned to specific liability and capital instruments to be used when calculating a bank s total amount of ASF. The amount assigned to each ASF category is then multiplied by a prescribed ASF. The available amount of stable funding is the sum of these weighted amounts. ASF Summary of liability and capital instrument categories and associated ASF s Components of the ASF category Total regulatory capital before applying capital deductions, excluding Tier 2 instruments with residual maturity of less than one year; Other capital instruments with effective residual maturity of at least one year, excluding any instruments with explicit or embedded options that, if exercised, would reduce the expected maturity to less than one year; and Secured and unsecured borrowings and liabilities (including term deposits) with effective residual maturity of at least one year. Cash flows below the one-year horizon, but arising from liabilities with a final maturity greater than one year do not qualify to receive the 100 ASF. Stable non-maturity (demand) deposits and term deposits with residual maturity of less than one year provided by retail and small business customers. Less stable non-maturity (demand) deposits and term deposits with residual maturity of less than one year provided by retail and small business customers. Secured and unsecured funding with a residual maturity of less than one year provided by non-financial corporate customers; Operational deposits; Funding with residual maturity of less than one year from sovereigns, public sector entities ( PSEs ), and multilateral and national development banks; and No change. The final changes the borrower base from small- and medium-sized entity (SME) to small business customers. 3 The final changes the borrower base from small- and medium-sized entity (SME) to small business customers. 4 No change. 3 The proposed NSFR defined SME borrowers as corporate exposures where the reported sales for the consolidated group of which the firm is a part is less than 50 million under paragraph 273 of the Basel II regulatory framework. The final defines small business customers as loans extended to small businesses in paragraph 231 of the Basel II framework that are managed as retail exposures and are generally considered as having similar liquidity risk characteristics to retail accounts, provided the total aggregated funding raised from one small business customer is less than 1 million (on a consolidated basis where applicable) under paragraphs 90 and 91 of the LCR. 4 Ibid.
4 ASF 0 Summary of liability and capital instrument categories and associated ASF s Components of the ASF category Other secured and unsecured funding with residual maturity between six months and less than one year, including funding from central banks and financial institutions. All other liabilities and equity categories, including other funding with residual maturity of less than six months from central banks and financial institutions; Other liabilities without a stated maturity, including short and open maturity positions. However, the final recognizes two exceptions for liabilities that would be assigned either a 100 ASF, if the effective maturity is at least one year, or a 50, if the effective maturity is between six months and less than one year: Deferred tax liabilities, which should be treated according to the nearest possible date on which they could be realized; and Minority interest, which should be treated according to the term of the instrument, usually in perpetuity; NSFR derivative liabilities net of NSFR derivative assets, if NSFR derivative liabilities are greater than NSFR derivative assets; and Trade date payables arising from purchases of financial instruments, foreign currencies, and commodities. The final (1) changes the derivatives payable net of derivatives receivable if payables are greater than receivables component to NSFR derivative liabilities net of NSFR derivative assets if NSFR derivative liabilities are greater than NSFR derivative assets and (2) adds a trade date payables component, complementing the trade date receivables component added under the RSF denominator. Required Stable Funding (NSFR Denominator) The amount of stable funding required of a bank is defined in the final as a function of the liquidity characteristics and residual maturities of the various assets held by that bank as well as those of its off-balance sheet exposures. The amount of required stable funding ( RSF ) is calculated by assigning the carrying value of a bank s assets to a specific asset category and multiplying it by its associated RSF. The total RSF is the sum of the weighted amounts added to the amount of offbalance sheet activity, or potential liquidity exposure, multiplied by its associated RSF. RSF 0 Summary of asset categories and associated RSF s Components of the RSF category Coins and banknotes immediately available to meet obligations; All central bank required and excess reserves; All claims on central banks with residual maturities of less than six months; and Trade date receivables arising from the sale of financial instruments, foreign currencies, and commodities. The final (1) removes the all unencumbered loans to banks subject to prudential supervision (including interbank placements) with residual maturities of less than six months component, (2) adds a claims on central banks with residual maturities of less than six months component, and (3) adds a trade date receivables component,
5 RSF Summary of asset categories and associated RSF s Components of the RSF category Unencumbered Level 1 assets, 5 excluding coins, banknotes, and central bank reserves. Unencumbered loans to financial institutions with residual maturities of less than six months, where the loan is secured against Level 1 assets and the bank has the ability to freely rehypothecate the received collateral for the life of the loan. All other unencumbered loans to financial institutions not covered in the above categories with residual maturities of less than six months and Unencumbered Level 2A assets. 6 Unencumbered Level 2B assets; 7 HQLA encumbered for a period between six months and less than one year; Loans to financial institutions and central banks with residual maturities between six months and less than one year; Deposits held at other financial institutions for operational purposes; and All other assets not covered in the above categories with residual maturity of less than one year, including loans to non-financial corporate clients, loans to retail and small business customers, and loans to sovereigns and PSEs. Unencumbered residential mortgages with a residual maturity of at least one year and with a risk weight of no more than 35 under the Basel II credit risk ized approach ( SA ) and Other unencumbered loans not covered in the above categories, excluding loans to financial institutions, with a residual maturity of at least one year and with a risk weight of no more than 35 under the SA. Cash, securities, or other assets posted as initial margin for derivative contracts and cash, or other assets, provided to contribute to the default fund of a central counterparty; complementing the trade date payables component added under the ASF numerator. No change. The final introduces a demarcation of 10 for unencumbered loans to financial institutions meeting certain conditions. The final assigns a 15 RSF for unencumbered loans to financial institutions not meeting the requirements for a 10 weighting. The final (1) replaces the loans to banks subject to prudential supervision with residual maturities between six months and less than one year component with loans to financial institutions and central banks with residual maturities between six months and less than one year and (2) removes non-bank financial institutions and central banks from the all other assets with residual maturity of less than one year component. No change. The final adds (1) a cash, securities, or other assets posted as initial margin for derivative contracts and cash, or other assets, provided to 5 Level 1 assets include, for example, cash, central bank reserves, and certain marketable securities backed by sovereigns and central banks. 6 Level 2A assets include, for example, marketable securities backed by sovereigns and central banks, covered bonds, and higher rated corporate debt securities (including commercial paper) that meet certain conditions. 7 Level 2B assets include, for example, lower rated corporate debt securities (including commercial paper), residential mortgage backed securities, and common equities that meet certain conditions.
6 RSF 100 Summary of asset categories and associated RSF s Components of the RSF category Other unencumbered performing loans with risk weights greater than 35 under the SA and residual maturities of at least one year, excluding loans to financial institutions; Unencumbered securities that are not in default and do not qualify as HQLA according to the LCR with a remaining maturity of at least one year and exchange-traded equities; and Physical traded commodities, including gold. All assets that are encumbered for a period of at least one year; NSFR derivative assets net of NSFR derivative liabilities, if the NSFR derivative assets are greater than NSFR derivative liabilities; 20 of derivative liabilities (i.e., negative replacement cost amounts) as calculated under the final, before deducting variation margin posted; 8 and All other assets not covered in the above categories, including non-performing loans, loans to financial institutions with a residual maturity of one year or more, non-exchangetraded equities, fixed assets, items deducted from regulatory capital, retained interest, insurance assets, subsidiary interests, and defaulted securities. contribute to the default fund of a central counterparty component and (2) language specifying a remaining maturity of at least one year for unencumbered securities not in default and not qualifying as HQLA. The final (1) changes the derivatives receivable net of derivatives payable if receivables are greater component to NSFR derivative assets net of NSFR derivative liabilities, if the NSFR derivative assets are greater than NSFR derivative liabilities, (2) introduces a 20 of derivative liabilities component, and (3) replaces pension assets, intangibles, and deferred tax assets with items deducted from regulatory capital for all assets not covered under the other categories. Commentary In announcing the release of the final NSFR, Stefan Ingves, Chairman of the Basel Committee and Governor Sveriges Riksbank stated, The Committee has essentially completed its regulatory reform agenda, undertaken to promote a more resilient banking sector following the financial crisis. While the final consists primarily of internationally agreed-upon definitions and harmonized calibrations, the BCBS notes that some elements remain subject to national discretion to reflect jurisdiction-specific conditions. For example, the final provides regulators with some latitude to determine whether certain assets and liabilities are interdependent such that the liability cannot fall due while the asset remains on the balance sheet, the principal payment flows from the asset cannot be used for something other than repaying the liability, and the liability cannot be used to 8 Under the final, derivative liabilities are calculated first based on the replacement cost for the derivative contracts (obtained by marking to market) where the contract has a negative value. When an eligible bilateral netting contract is in place that meets certain conditions specified under the Basel III leverage ratio framework and disclosure requirements, the replacement cost for the set of derivative exposures covered by the contract will be the net replacement cost. In calculating NSFR derivative liabilities, collateral posted in the form of variation margin in connection with derivative contracts, regardless of the asset type, must be deducted from the negative replacement cost amount.
7 Regulatory Practice fund other assets. In these instances, national supervisors have the discretion to adjust the ASF and RSF s to 0. Similar to the U.S. implementation of the Basel III LCR, it is likely that the U.S. implementation of the NSFR will be generally consistent with the international NSFR. A key question that remains, however, is whether the U.S. NSFR will apply to a broader scope of institutions than required under the Basel III. Regardless, banks currently building out their capabilities for the U.S. LCR requirements should consider identifying the interrelationships between its data s and those of the NSFR in their systems and processes as they begin preparing for promulgation of the NSFR in the United States (i.e., a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ( NPR ) and Final Rule). This is a publication of KPMG s Financial Services Regulatory Risk Advisory Practice and the Americas Financial Services Regulatory Center of Excellence For additional information, please contact: Rob Ceske, Principal: Hugh Kelly, Principal: Marshal Auron, Director: Jeff Dykstra, Director: Marcia Ryder, Director: Jane Shen, Director: Author: Lisa Newport, Assoc. Director, Americas' Financial Services Regulatory Center of Excellence: Earlier editions are available at: ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED HERE IS OF A GENERAL NATURE AND IS NOT INTENDED TO ADDRESS THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ANY PARTICULAR INDIVIDUAL OR ENTITY. ALTHOUGH WE ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE ACCURATE AND TIMELY INFORMATION, THERE CAN BE NO GUARANTEE THAT SUCH INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AS OF THE DATE IT IS RECEIVED OR THAT IT WILL CONTINUE TO BE ACCURATE IN THE FUTURE. NO ONE SHOULD ACT UPON SUCH INFORMATION WITHOUT APPROPRIATE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE AFTER A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THE FACTS OF THE PARTICULAR SITUATION KPMG LLP, a Delaware limited liability partnership and the U.S. member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative ( KPMG International ), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved. The KPMG name, logo and cutting through complexity are registered trademarks or trademarks of KPMG International WDC
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