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12 Nov 2020

RBI New LCR Guidelines for NBFC

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Liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) norms for non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) will take effect on 1 December 2020. According to the central bank’s final guidelines on liquidity risk management framework for NBFCs and core investment companies, LCR, which refers to the share of high-quality liquid assets to be set aside to meet short-term obligations, will be introduced in stages.

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