Risk indicators for banks in Costa Rica made flexible

The objective of the Superintendence of Financial Entities is to strengthen bank liquidity in order to prevent being affected by the global crisis.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Superintendent, Oscar Rodriguez, justified the decision to ease some risk indicators for financial entities in order to allow them to "raise" more liquidit, since they do not know how great the impact of the global financial crisis will be. He emphasized that the equity requirements will not change.

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Further Reforms for Credit Flexibility

April 2009

CONASSIF (National Council for Financial System Supervision) of Costa Rica tempered several risk indicators that would allow banks to offer better repayment terms to their customers.

The Chamber of Banking and Financial Institutions of Costa Rica (CBF) had requested a long series of amendments tending toward more flexible criteria for banking supervision in February and the CONASSIF had already made some concessions with regard to risk indicators three weeks ago.

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