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India's regulator issues final guidelines on banks' net stable funding ratio

The Reserve Bank of India released its final guidelines on net stable funding ratio for banks.

The central bank said net stable funding ratio is defined as the amount of available stable funding relative to the amount of required stable funding. While the central bank requires banks to have a net stable funding ratio of at least 100%, it may require individual banks to adopt stricter standards to reflect their funding risk profiles and compliance with rules.

The RBI released its draft guidelines for net stable funding ratio in 2015. The central bank said it will disclose information about the implementation of the final guidelines on net stable funding ratio in due course.