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W 03/04 PIB — Standard Chartered Bank

This Notice was varied on 4th May 2005 and was replaced by Notice No. W 03/04 [V].




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To Ray Ferguson, Senior Executive Officer
Firm Standard Chartered Bank
Licence No. 10003
Address PO Box 999, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Date 20th September 2004

NOTICE OF RULE WAIVER

This waiver is granted by the DFSA under Article 25 of the Regulatory Law 2004.

RULES WAIVED

The DFSA directs that the Rules contained in the following sections in the PIB module of the DFSA Rulebook shall not apply to the Authorised Firm:

CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

• Section 1.2 – Financial resources
• Section 1.4 – The trading book

CHAPTER 2 – BASE CAPITAL REQUIREMENT

• All sections

CHAPTER 4 – CREDIT RISK

• Section 4.3 – Credit Risk in the non-trading book
• Section 4.4 – Counterparty risk in the Trading Book
• Section 4.5 – Concentration risk
• Section 4.6 – Collateral
• Section 4.7 – Netting
• Section 4.8 – Securitisation
• Section 4.9 – Credit derivatives
• Section 4.10 – Application of Credit Risk methodology to Authorised Firms engaging in Islamic financial business

CHAPTER 5 – MARKET RISK

• Section 5.3 – Use of internal Market Risk models
• Section 5.4 – Interest rate risk capital requirement
• Section 5.5 – Equity risk capital risk requirement
• Section 5.6 – Foreign Exchange risk capital requirement
• Section 5.7 – Commodities risk capital requirement
• Section 5.8 – Option risk capital requirement
• Section 5.9 – Securities Underwriting capital requirement

CHAPTER 7 – Group Risk

• Section 7.3 – Financial Group Capital Requirements and financial Group capital resources
• Section 7.4 – Financial Group Concentration Risk limits

All Rules refer to PIB version PIB/VER1/255/09-04

CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS

These waivers shall have effect subject to the following condition:

• submission by the Authorised Firm of a copy of the Financial Services Authority’s (FSA) Section D (Capital Adequacy Summary) every six months to the DFSA from the firm’s most recent quarterly reporting statement to the FSA; to be submitted to the DFSA within ten days of the due date to the FSA.
EFFECTIVE DATE This notice come into effect on 20th September 2004
DURATION Until further notice
WAIVER REFERENCE W 03/04

INTERPRETATION

The interpretation of the Rulebook and defined terms apply to this waiver in the same way as they apply to the Rulebook.





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