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1 Annex II-A Illustrative example to calculate the applicable amount of minority interests / Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital instruments issued by consolidated bank subsidiaries and held by third parties to be recognized in CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital of an authorized institution Suppose a bank subsidiary (Bank S) issued ordinary shares, Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital instruments of \$90, \$40 and \$20 respectively, and third parties own 30% of the ordinary share, 50% of additional Tier 1 capital instruments and 75% of Tier 2 capital instruments. If Bank S has \$1,000 of total risk-weighted assets, its minimum CET1, Tier 1 and total capital requirements are assumed to be \$70, \$85 and \$105 (i.e. corresponding to a 7% CET1 capital ratio, 8.5% Tier 1 capital ratio and a 10.5% Total capital ratio) respectively. Therefore, the applicable amount of minority interests is calculated as follows: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Surplus Surplus capital of capital of Capital Amount of Minimum Minimum subsidiary subsidiary owned by minority capital capital (net of attributable third parties interests ratio requirement deductions, to third if any) parties Capital issued by Bank S (gross of regulatory deductions) = ((a) * (b)) = (RWA * (d)) Minority interests recognized = ((a) (e)) =((f) * (b)) = ((c) (g)) CET1 \$90 30% \$27 7% \$70 \$20 \$6 \$21 AT1 \$40 50% \$20 \$9.8 Tier 1 \$130 36% \$47 8.5% \$85 \$45 \$16.2 \$30.8 Tier 2 \$20 75% \$15 \$12.7 Total capital \$150 41% \$ % \$105 \$45 \$18.5 \$43.5 C A B MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.1 (06/2013)

2 In this example, by using the formula [A (B * C)] as stipulated in paragraph 15 of the completion instructions, the amount of minority interest that can be recognized in the institution s consolidated CET1 capital is \$21 (i.e. \$27 (\$20 * 30%)). Similarly, following the same formula above, the amount of Tier 1 capital instruments (including both CET1 and AT1 capital instruments) held by third parties that can be recognized in the institution s consolidated Tier 1 capital equals to \$30.8 (i.e. \$47 (\$45 * 36%)). Since \$21 has been recognized in the consolidated CET1 capital of the institution, only \$9.8 (i.e. \$ \$21) of such Tier 1 capital instruments can be included in its consolidated Additional Tier 1 capital. The calculation of the applicable amount of Tier 2 capital instruments held by third parties to be included in an institution s Tier 2 follows the same methodology as shown above. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.2 (06/2013)

3 Annex II-B Illustrative example to calculate the exclusion of non-eligible minority interests or capital instruments held by third parties from capital base of an authorized institution Section 4 of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules requires that where, in respect of a consolidated subsidiary of an authorized institution, a minority interest or a capital instrument issued by the subsidiary and held by third parties is no longer eligible for inclusion in the institution s capital base on 1 January 2013 but was included in the calculation of the institution s capital base before that date, such minority interest or capital instrument may be subject to phase-out at the rate of 20% per each subsequent year from the capital base of the institution. The following three different scenarios illustrate how such minority interests or capital instruments that are subject to transitional arrangements should be calculated. Scenario 1 A bank subsidiary (Bank S) issued ordinary shares of \$25,000, of which third parties own \$11,000. The ordinary shares issued by Bank S meet the CET1 Qualifying Criteria set out in Schedule 4A of the Capital Rules. Bank S did not issue any Additional Tier 1 capital instruments or Tier 2 capital instruments. Total amount of risk-weighted assets of Bank S is \$220,000. According to the computation methods stipulated in Schedule 4D of the Capital Rules, the eligible portion of minority interests to be included in the parent bank s consolidated CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital respectively on 1 January 2013 should be calculated as follows: Tier of capital Surplus capital of Bank S Surplus capital attributable to third parties Capital of Bank S held by third parties less surplus capital attributable to third parties Amount of eligible minority interests to be included on Common Equity Tier 1 = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 7%) = \$9,600 = \$9,600 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$4,224 = \$11,000 \$4,224 = \$6,776 = \$6,776 (a) Tier 1 (CET1 + Additional Tier 1) = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 8.5%) = \$6,300 = \$6,300 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$2,772 = \$11,000 \$2,772 = \$8,228 = \$8,228 \$6,776 = \$1,452 (b) MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.3 (06/2013)

4 Total (CET1 + Additional Tier 1 + Tier 2) = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 10.5%) = \$1,900 = \$1,900 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$836 = \$11,000 \$836 = \$10,164 = \$10,164 \$8,228 = \$1,936 (c) The non-eligible portion of minority interests on 1 January 2013 is therefore \$836, representing the difference between (i) \$11,000 (i.e. the minority interests recognized before ), and (ii) \$10,164 (the sum of (a), (b) and (c) recognized on ). Assuming the amount and composition of the bank s capital remain constant in the coming 6 years, the reporting of the eligible portion and the non-eligible portion of minority interests throughout the transitional period will be as follows: Tier of capital Common Equity Tier 1 (a) 6,776 6,776 6,776 6,776 6,776 6,776 Additional Tier 1 (b) 1,452 1,452 1,452 1,452 1,452 1,452 Tier 1 - non-eligible portion of minority interests subject to transitional arrangements = 836 * 100% = 836 * 80% = 836 * 60% = 836 * 40% = 836 * 20% = 836 * 0% Tier 2 (c) 1,936 1,936 1,936 1,936 1,936 1,936 Where third parties ownership of Bank S s ordinary shares dropped from \$11,000 to \$8,000 in any subsequent year, for the purpose of calculating the non-eligible portion of minority interests, the figure labelled (i) above should be substituted by \$8,000 instead while the figure labelled (ii) above should be replaced by the amount of minority interests calculated based on that current position of \$8,000. On the other hand, if the third parties ownership increases by \$4,000 to \$15,000 in any subsequent year, no transitional arrangements should be applied to that \$4,000 new addition. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.4 (06/2013)

5 Scenario 2 Bank S issued ordinary shares of \$25,000 only to its parent bank as well as a Tier 2 capital instrument of \$10,000 only to third parties. The ordinary shares issued by Bank S meet the CET1 Qualifying Criteria set out in Schedule 4A of the Capital Rules while the Tier 2 capital instrument does not meet the Tier 2 Qualifying Criteria set out in Schedule 4C of the Capital Rules. Total amount of risk-weighted assets of Bank S is \$220,000. Since the Tier 2 capital instrument issued by Bank S does not meet the qualifying criteria prescribed in Schedule 4C of the Capital Rules, the phase-out amount of the Tier 2 capital instrument, which is \$9,000 (i.e. \$10,000 * 90%) instead of \$10,000, should be applied when calculating the eligible portion of the capital instrument to be included in the parent bank s consolidated Tier 2 capital for position from to Based on the computation methods stipulated in Schedule 4D of the Capital Rules, the eligible portion of the capital instrument to be included in the parent bank s consolidated CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital respectively on 1 January 2013 should be calculated as follows: Tier of capital Common Equity Tier 1 Tier 1 (CET1 + Additional Tier 1) Total (CET1 + Additional Tier 1 + Tier 2) Surplus capital of Bank S = \$34,000 (\$220,000 * 10.5%) = \$10,900 Surplus capital attributable to third parties Capital of Bank S held by third parties less surplus capital attributable to third parties Not applicable no capital instruments held by third parties Not applicable no capital instruments held by third parties = \$10,900 * (\$9,000 / \$34,000) = \$2,885 = \$9,000 \$2,885 = \$6,115 Amount of eligible minority interests to be included on = \$6,115 (d) MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.5 (06/2013)

6 The non-eligible portion of the capital instrument on 1 January 2013 is therefore \$2,885, representing the difference between (i) \$9,000 (i.e. the phase-out amount of the instrument in 2013), and (ii) \$6,115 (i.e. (d), the eligible portion to be included in the consolidated Tier 2 capital). Assuming the amount and composition of the bank s capital remain constant in the coming 6 years, the reporting of both the eligible portion and the non-eligible portion of the capital instrument throughout the transitional period should be as follows: Tier of capital Common Equity Tier Additional Tier Tier Tier 2 eligible portion (d) 6, , , , , ,186 1 Tier 2 non-eligible portion of capital instrument subject to transitional arrangements 2,885 1,920 1, = (e) (d) = ((e)-(d))*80% = ((e)-(d))*60% = ((e)-(d))*40% = ((e)-(d))*20% = ((e)-(d))* 0% Note: Individual steps for computing the eligible portion and non-eligible portion of Tier 2 capital to be included in parent bank s consolidated capital in 2014 to 2018 above have not been shown in this example. 1 The calculation of the eligible portion of capital instruments held by third parties to be included in parent bank s capital base (item (d)) in each subsequent year must take into account the phase out amount of that Tier 2 capital instrument in each calendar year. Applicable phase-out amount of the Tier 2 capital instrument (e) \$9,000 \$8,000 \$7,000 \$6,000 \$5,000 \$4,000 MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.6 (06/2013)

7 Scenario 3 (a combination of Scenario 1 and Scenario 2 above) Bank S issued ordinary shares of \$25,000 as well as a Tier 2 capital instrument of \$10,000, where \$11,000 of ordinary shares and the Tier 2 capital instrument are held by third parties. The ordinary shares issued by Bank S meet the CET1 Qualifying Criteria set out in Schedule 4A of the Capital Rules while the Tier 2 capital instrument does not meet the Tier 2 Qualifying Criteria set out in Schedule 4C of the Capital Rules. Total amount of risk-weighted assets of Bank S is \$220,000. Similar to the Tier 2 capital instrument in scenario 2, only the phase-out amount of the Tier 2 capital instrument should be applied when calculating the eligible portion of capital instrument to be included in the parent bank s consolidated Tier 2 capital since that capital instrument does not meet Schedule 4C of the Capital Rules. Based on the computation methods stipulated in Schedule 4D of the Capital Rules, the eligible portion to be included in the parent bank s consolidated CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital respectively on 1 January 2013 and 1 January 2014 should be calculated as follows: Position: 1 January 2013 Tier of capital Surplus capital of Bank S Surplus capital attributable to third parties Capital of Bank S held by third parties less surplus capital attributable to third parties Amount of eligible minority interests to be included on Common Equity Tier 1 = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 7%) = \$9,600 = \$9,600 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$4,224 = \$11,000 \$4,224 = \$6,776 = \$6,776 (e) Tier 1 (CET1 + Additional Tier 1) Total (CET1 + Additional Tier 1 + Tier 2) = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 8.5%) = \$6,300 = \$34,000 (\$220,000 * 10.5%) = \$10,900 = \$6,300 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$2,772 = \$10,900 * (\$20,000 / \$34,000) = \$6,412 = \$11,000 \$2,772 = \$8,228 = \$20,000 \$6,412 = \$13,588 = \$8,228 \$6,776 = \$1,452 (f) = \$13,588 \$8,228 = \$5,360 (g) MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.7 (06/2013)

8 Position: 1 January 2014 Tier of capital Surplus capital of Bank S Surplus capital attributable to third parties Capital of Bank S held by third parties less surplus capital attributable to third parties Amount of eligible minority interests to be included on Common Equity Tier 1 = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 7%) = \$9,600 = \$9,600 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$4,224 = \$11,000 - \$4,224 = \$6,776 = \$6,776 (e) Tier 1 (CET1 + Additional Tier 1) Total (CET1 + Additional Tier 1 + Tier 2) = \$25,000 (\$220,000 * 8.5%) = \$6,300 = \$33,000 (\$220,000 * 10.5%) = \$9,900 = \$6,300 * (\$11,000 / \$25,000) = \$2,772 = \$9,900 * (\$19,000 / \$33,000) = \$5,700 = \$11,000 - \$2,772 = \$8,228 = \$19,000 - \$5,700 = \$13,300 = \$8,228 - \$6,776 = \$1,452 (f) = \$13,300 - \$8,228 = \$5,072 (g) MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.8 (06/2013)

9 As this scenario involves both CET1 capital and Tier 2 capital instrument, the following table illustrates how the non-eligible portions of the minority interests and the capital instrument subject to phase-out arrangements in calendar years 2013 and 2014 should be calculated and distributed among different tiers of capital: Tier of capital reporting the minority interests Amount recognised before Amount report after Amount recognised before Core Capital 11,000 11,000 Amount report after Common Equity Tier 1 (e) 6,776 6,776 Additional Tier 1 (f) 1,452 1,452 Non-eligible portion of minority interests in Tier 1 2,772 (h) 2,772 (i) = \$11,000 (\$6,776 + \$1,452) Supplementary Capital 9, ,000 2 = \$11,000 (\$6,776 + \$1,452) Tier 2 (g) 5,360 5,072 Non-eligible portion of capital instrument in Tier 2 3,640 (j) 2,928 (k) = \$9,000 - \$5,360 = \$8,000 - \$5,072 2 This amount is subject to progressive phasing per year as stipulated in Table E of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules. In other words, \$9,000 in 2013, \$8,000 in 2014, \$7,000 in 2015, and so on. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.9 (06/2013)

10 Given the above distribution, the reporting of the eligible portion and the non-eligible portion of the minority interests and capital instrument on 1 January 2013 and 1 January 2014 should be as follows: Tier of capital Common Equity Tier 1 (e) 6,776 6,776 Additional Tier 1 (f) 1,452 1,452 Tier 1 non-eligible portion of minority interests subject to transitional arrangements 2,772 2,218 = (h) * 100% = (i) * 80% Tier 2 eligible portion (g) 5,360 5,072 Tier 2 non-eligible portion of capital instrument subject to transitional arrangements 3,640 2,342 = (j) * 100% = (k) * 80% MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.10 (06/2013)

11 Deduction of capital investments and loans, facilities or credit exposures from capital base Annex II-C Solo/solo-consolidated only Deduction from CET1 Capital Investment in own CET1 capital instruments (s. 43(1)(l)) Reciprocal cross holdings in CET1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities (s.43(1)(m)) Capital investment in connected commercial entities (in excess of AI s 15% total capital base) (s.43(1)(n)) Loans, facilities or credit exposures to connected commercial entities (s.46(1)) Direct holdings of CET1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities that are members of the consolidation group (s.43(1)(q)) Loans, facilities or credit exposures to connected financial sector Entities (s.46(2)) Insignificant capital investments in CET1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.43(1)(o)) Loans, facilities or credit exposures to connected financial sector entities (s.46(2)) 10% concessionary threshold applied amount not deducted subject to risk weighting Significant capital investments in CET1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.43(1)(p)) Loans, facilities or credit exposures to connected financial sector entities (s.46(2)) 10% concessionary threshold applied amount not deducted subject to risk weighting Deduction from AT1 Capital Investment in own AT1 capital instruments (s.47(1)(a)) Reciprocal cross holdings in AT1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities (s.47(1)(b)) Anti-avoidance provisions may be exempted from deduction if such exposures were incurred in the ordinary course of business Direct holdings of AT1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities that are members of the consolidation group (s.47(1)(e)&(f)) Insignificant capital investments in AT1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.47(1)(c)) 10% concessionary threshold applied amount not deducted subject to risk weighting Significant capital investments in AT1 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.47(1)(d)) Deduction from T2 Capital Investment in own T2 capital instruments (s.48(1)(a)) Reciprocal cross holdings in T2 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities (s.48(1)(b)) Direct holdings of T2 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities that are members of the consolidation group (s.48(1)(e)&(f)) Insignificant capital investments in T2 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.48(1)(c)) 10% concessionary threshold applied amount not deducted subject to risk weighting Significant capital investments in T2 capital instruments issued by financial sector entities not subject to section 3C consolidation (s.48(1)(d)) MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.11 (06/2013)

12 Annex II-D Illustrative example to calculate the applicable amount of insignificant capital investments of financial sector entities to be deducted from CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital Suppose Bank A holds the following capital instruments issued by financial sector entities that are not subject to a section 3C requirement and where the authorized institution does not own more than 10% of the issued ordinary share capital of any of these financial sector entities, and those capital investments was outstanding and subject to 50:50 deduction immediately before 1 January 2013 and suppose further that Bank A has CET1 capital and Additional Tier 1 capital of \$5,000 and \$100 respectively as at reporting date. CET1 capital instruments AT1 capital instruments T2 capital instruments Total \$500 \$400 \$300 \$1,200 According to sections (2), (3) and (4) of Schedule 4F of the Capital Rules, the applicable amount of insignificant capital investments to be deducted from the institution s capital base should be determined having regard to a concessionary threshold equal to 10% of the institution s CET1 capital, which is calculated after applying (i) all regulatory deductions set out under items (f)(i) to (f)(xvii); and (ii) the portion of 50:50 deduction under transitional arrangements set out in Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules where such deduction is applied to CET1 capital due to insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital to cover the required deductions reported in item (f)(xxii). The concessionary threshold should be derived based on the following two-stage approach. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.12 (06/2013)

13 Stage 1 to find out the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital (i.e. item (ii) of the above formula) Steps 1. Determine the 10% concessionary threshold without taking into account the deduction of item (ii) above, assuming the amount of regulatory deductions under item (i) above to be \$1, Apportionment of the applicable amount of CET1 capital investments to be deducted from CET1 capital 3. Apportionment of the applicable amount of Additional Tier 1 capital investments to be deducted from Additional Tier 1 capital CET1 capital before deductions - Less: deductions CET1 capital after deductions Calculations Therefore, the 10% concessionary threshold = \$4,000 * 10% = \$400 = (\$1,200 - \$400) * (\$500 / \$1,200) = \$333 = (\$1,200 - \$400) * (\$400 / \$1,200) = \$266 \$5,000 (\$1,000) \$4, Based on the phase-in arrangement set out in Table C of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules, determine 50% of the amount to be deducted from Tier 1 capital and 50% of the amount to be deducted from Tier 2 capital (assuming the reporting period is from to ) 5. Determine the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital of Bank A Deduction from CET1 capital instruments AT1 capital instruments CET1 capital Not applicable Not applicable Tier 1 capital = \$333 * 50% = \$166.5 Tier 2 capital = \$333 * 50% = \$166.5 = (\$ \$133) - \$100 = = \$266 * 50% = \$133 = \$266 * 50% = \$133 MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.13 (06/2013)

14 Stage 2 with the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital arrived at in Stage 1, we can now calculate the 10% concessionary threshold taking into account of both items (i) and (ii) of the above formula Steps 6. Determine the 10% concessionary threshold taking into account the regulatory deductions of both items (i) and (ii) above Calculations CET1 capital before deductions - Less: deductions - Less: the portion of 50:50 deduction with insufficient AT1 capital to cover it CET1 capital after deductions Therefore, the 10% concessionary threshold = \$3,800.5 * 10% = \$380 \$5,000 (\$1,000) (\$199.5) \$3,800.5 Consequently, Bank A s holding of insignificant capital investments in excess of 10% concessionary threshold is \$820 (i.e. the amount subject to deduction from capital base), being \$1,200 minus \$380. Then the pro-rata calculation of respective amounts subject to (a) deduction from each tier of capital, and (b) risk-weighting in accordance with the applicable risk-weights under Part 4, 5, 6 or 8 of the Capital Rules, as the case requires, will be as follows from CET1 from AT1 from T2 Amount subject to deduction Amount subject to risk-weighting Total = \$820 * (\$500/\$1,200) = \$342 = \$820 * (\$400/\$1,200) = \$273 = \$820 * (\$300/\$1,200) = \$205 = \$380 * (\$500/\$1,200) = \$158 = \$380 * (\$400/\$1,200) = \$127 = \$380 * (\$300/\$1,200) = \$95 \$500 \$400 \$300 \$820 \$380 \$1,200 MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.14 (06/2013)

15 Taking into account the transitional arrangements provided for capital deductions as stipulated in section 3 of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules, the reporting of the deduction of \$342 in the calendar years of 2013 and 2014 (assuming the figure remains constant) from CET1 capital should be distributed to different tiers of capital as follows: Tiers of capital Year 2013 Year 2014 From CET1 capital From Tier 1 capital From Tier 2 capital Not applicable = \$342 * 50% = \$171 = \$342 * 50% = \$171 = \$342 * 20% = \$68.4 = (\$342 \$68.4) * 50% = \$136.8 = (\$342 \$68.4) * 50% = \$136.8 Total \$342 \$342 The same phase-in arrangement applies to deductions from the institution s Additional Tier 1 capital (i.e. \$273) and Tier 2 capital (i.e. \$205) unless the institution choose not to apply transitional arrangements as set out in Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules and had duly informed the HKMA in writing of its decision in accordance with section 2 of that Schedule. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.15 (06/2013)

16 Illustrative example to calculate the applicable amount of significant capital investments of financial sector entities to be deducted from CET1 capital, Additional Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital Suppose Bank A holds the following capital instruments issued by financial sector entities that are not subject to a section 3C requirement and where the authorized institution own more than 10% of the issued ordinary share capital of any of these financial sector entities, and those capital investments was outstanding and subject to 50:50 deduction immediately before 1 January 2013 and suppose further that Bank A has CET1 capital and Additional Tier 1 capital of \$5,000 and \$100 respectively as at reporting date. CET1 capital instruments AT1 capital instruments T2 capital instruments Total \$1,200 \$400 \$300 \$1,900 According to sections (2) and (3) of Schedule 4G of the Capital Rules, with respect to significant capital investments, the concessionary threshold only applies to the institution s capital investments in the form of CET1 capital instruments. On the other hand, any holdings of Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital instruments must be fully deducted from the institution s Additional Tier 1 capital or Tier 2 capital. The concessionary threshold for significant capital investment is equal to 10% of the institution s CET1 capital, calculated after applying (i) all regulatory deductions set out under items (f)(i) to (f)(xix), (f)(xxi); and (ii) the portion of 50:50 deduction under transitional arrangements set out in Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules where such deduction is applied to CET1 capital due to insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital to cover the required deductions reported in item (f)(xxii). The concessionary threshold should be derived based on the following two-stage approach. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.16 (06/2013)

17 Stage 1 to find out the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital (i.e. item (ii) of the above formula) Steps 1. Determine the 10% concessionary threshold without taking into account the deduction of item (ii) above, assuming the amount of regulatory deductions under item (i) above to be \$1,000 CET1 capital before deductions - Less: deductions CET1 capital after deductions Calculations Therefore, the 10% concessionary threshold = \$4,000 * 10% = \$400 \$5,000 (\$1,000) \$4, Apportionment of the applicable amount of CET1 capital investments to be deducted from CET1 capital 3. Apportionment of the applicable amount of Additional Tier 1 capital investments to be deducted from Additional Tier 1 capital 4. Based on the phase-in arrangement set out in Table C of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules, determine 50% of the amount to be deducted from Tier 1 capital and 50% of the amount to be deducted from Tier 2 capital (assuming the reporting period is from to ) 5. Determine the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital of Bank A No apportionment (unlike the previous example) required as the 10% concessionary threshold in this example only applies to significant investments in CET1 capital instruments (i.e. (\$1,200 - \$400) = \$800). No apportionment (unlike the previous example) required as the institution s holding of Additional Tier 1 capital instruments in this example is treated as significant capital investments (i.e. \$400) which should be fully deducted from the institution s capital base. Deduction from CET1 capital instruments AT1 capital instruments CET1 capital Not applicable Not applicable Tier 1 capital Tier 2 capital = \$800 * 50% = \$400 = \$800 * 50% = \$400 = \$400 * 50% = \$200 = \$400 * 50% = \$200 = \$199.5 (the shortage determined in the previous example) + \$400 + \$200 = \$799.5 MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.17 (06/2013)

18 Stage 2 with the amount of insufficient Additional Tier 1 capital arrived at in Stage 1, we can now calculate the 10% concessionary threshold taking into account of both items (i) and (ii) in the above formula Steps 6. Determine the 10% concessionary threshold after taking into account the deductions of both items (i) and (ii) Calculations CET1 capital before deductions - Less: deductions - Less: the portion of 50:50 deduction with insufficient AT1 capital to cover it CET1 capital after deductions Therefore, the 10% concessionary threshold = \$3,200.5 * 10% = \$320 \$5,000 (\$1,000) (\$799.5) \$3,200.5 Consequently, Bank A s holding of significant CET1 capital investments in excess of 10% concessionary threshold is \$880 (i.e. the amount subject to deduction from CET1 capital), being \$1,200 minus \$320. Then the calculation of respective amounts subject to (a) deduction from each tier of capital, and (b) risk-weighting at 250% will be as follows Amount subject to deduction Amount subject to risk-weight Total from CET1 = \$1,200 - \$320 = \$880 = \$1,200 - \$880 = \$320 \$1,200 Full deduction from AT1 \$400 Not applicable \$400 from T2 \$300 Not applicable \$300 \$1,580 \$320 \$1,900 MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.18 (06/2013)

19 Taking into account the transitional arrangements provided for capital deductions as stipulated in section 3 of Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules, the reporting of the deduction of \$400 in the calendar years of 2013 and 2014 (assuming the figure remains constant) from the institution s Additional Tier 1 capital should be distributed to different tiers of capital as follows: Tiers of capital Year 2013 Year 2014 From CET1 capital Not applicable Not applicable From AT1 capital From Tier 1 capital From Tier 2 capital Not applicable = \$400 * 50% = \$200 = \$400 * 50% = \$200 = \$400 * 20% = \$80 = (\$400 \$80) * 50% = \$160 = (\$400 \$80) * 50% = \$160 Total \$400 \$400 The same phase-in arrangement applies to deductions from CET1 capital (i.e. \$880) and Tier 2 capital (i.e. \$300) unless the institution choose not to apply transitional arrangements as set out in Schedule 4H of the Capital Rules and had duly informed the HKMA in writing of its decision in accordance with section 2 of that Schedule. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.19 (06/2013)

20 Annex II-E Basel III Transitional Arrangements Treatment of capital instruments that no longer qualify for inclusion in capital base ( non-complying capital instruments ) The following phase-out treatment will apply to non-complying capital instruments. 1. Non-common equity Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital instruments that do not qualify as Additional Tier 1 capital (i.e. failed to meet the qualifying criteria specified in Schedule 4B of the Capital Rules) or Tier 2 capital (i.e. failed to meet the qualifying criteria specified in Schedule 4C of the Capital Rules) but were included in an Authorized Institution s (AIs) capital base before 1 January 2013 (collectively referred to extant capital instruments ) may be phased out during the 10-year period beginning from 1 January Fixing the base at the nominal amount of such instruments outstanding immediately before 1 January 2013, their recognition will be capped at 90% from 1 January 2013, with the cap reducing by 10 percentage points in each subsequent year 3. For example, an AI that issued a Tier 1 extant capital instrument in August 2010 will be able to count 90 percent of the notional outstanding amount of the instrument as of 1 January 2013 during calendar year 2013, 80 percent during calendar year 2014, and so on. As of 1 January 2022, no Tier 1 extant capital instruments will be recognized in Tier 1 capital. Progressive phasing out of non-complying capital instruments Commencement date Percentage of base amount of transitional instruments that may be included in Additional Tier 1 and Tier 2 capital under the phase-out arrangement 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 1 January % 3 The level of the base is fixed on 1 January 2013 and does not change thereafter. MA(BS)3(II) Annex/P.20 (06/2013)

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