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RBA Glossary definition for D-SIB

D-SIB – Domestic systemically important bank

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The Australian Financial System

10 Feb 2020 FSR April 2018 PDF 1279KB

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
minimum capital requirement. In Australia, it includes a 1 per cent domestic systemically important banks (D-SIB). ... 60 -40 -20 00. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50. Property price shocks – %. LG. D–. %. Commercially secured. Residentially secured. 15. 100 per

The Regulatory Response to the Global Financial Crisis | Submission to the Financial System Inquiry – March 2014 | Financial Sector |…

1 Mar 2014 Submissions
The Australian D-SIB framework is discussed in Section ... Similar macroeconomic assessments of the G-SIB framework and the OTC derivatives reforms have found comparable net economic benefits (BCBS and FSB 2011; MAGD 2013).

The Australian Financial System

10 Feb 2020 FSR April 2019 PDF 914KB

A Decade of Post-crisis G20 Financial Sector Reforms

19 Jun 2019 Bulletin - June 2019 PDF 537KB

The Australian Financial System

10 Feb 2020 FSR October 2018 PDF 972KB

The Australian Financial System

15 Oct 2019 FSR - October 2019 PDF 459KB

Box D: Stress Testing and Australian Bank Resilience

7 Oct 2022 FSR – October 2022
Figure D.1 presents a simplified diagram of the general model dynamics. Figure D.1: Stress Testing Model Dynamics. ... systemically important bank (D-SIB) buffer.

The Australian Financial System

15 Oct 2015 FSR October 2015 PDF 452KB

The Australian Financial System

20 Apr 2016 FSR – April 2016
As a result, each of the four major banks has been designated as a domestic systemically important bank (D-SIB) by APRA, requiring them to hold an additional capital buffer of ... the compression of trades during the year (see ‘Box D: Trade