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Dec 9 2012 onwards

PIB A4.11.9



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An Authorised FirmG may treat as exempt from the Concentration RiskG limits in PIB chapter 4 an ExposureG to a CounterpartyG or CounterpartiesG ConnectedG to the Authorised FirmG if all of the following conditions are met:

(a) the Authorised FirmG has given the DFSAG written notice one month in advance of its intention to use the exemption and explained how it will ensure that it will still meet the Concentration RiskG limits on a continuing basis when using the exemption;
(b) the total amount of the ExposuresG that an Authorised FirmG is treating as exempt under this RuleG does not exceed 50% of the Authorised Firm'sG Capital ResourcesG ;
(c) the Authorised FirmG makes and retains a record that identifies each ExposureG it has treated in this way;
(d) the Authorised FirmG is subject to consolidated supervision;
(e) the CounterpartyG is:
(i) an Authorised FirmG which is the subject of consolidated supervision; or
(ii) a member of the Authorised Firm'sG GroupG which is the subject of consolidated supervision to the satisfaction of the DFSAG ; and
(f) the ExposureG satisfies one or more of conditions (i) to (iii):
(i) it is a loan made by the Authorised FirmG with a maturity of one year or less in the course of the Authorised FirmG carrying on a treasury role for other members of its GroupG ;
(ii) it is a loan to the ParentG of the Authorised FirmG made in the course of a business carried on by the Authorised FirmG of lending to its parent cash that is surplus to the needs of the Authorised FirmG , provided that the amount of that surplus fluctuates regularly; or
(iii) it arises from the Authorised FirmG or a CounterpartyG ConnectedG to the Authorised FirmG operating a central risk management function for ExposuresG arising from DerivativesG contracts.
Derived from RM111/2012 (Made 15th October 2012). [VER20/12-12]