- 65(a) Material currencies, in respect of a firm at any time, are currencies determined in accordance with the following.
- (b) First, the amount of its assets and the amount of its liabilities in each currency (ignoring the sign) are separately calculated. The figures are as shown in the most recent data item FSA054 submitted to the148 appropriate regulator 148 .
- (c) Then, each such amount is converted into the reporting currency for the data item referred to in (b).
- (d) Each currency (which may include the reporting currency) that represents 20% or more of the total asset figure or 20% or more of the total liabilities figure is a material currency.
- (e) A currency is also a material currency if it is identified by the firm's current:liquidity risk (as referred to in BIPRU 12.5 (Individual Liquidity Adequacy Standards)).
- (f) The conversion rate for a currency into the reporting currency is the exchange rate on the date as of which the calculation is being made.
- (g) The reporting currency means the currency in which the most recent data item FSA054 (as referred to in (b)) is reported.
- (h) A currency is a material currency in relation to a firm's branch or a defined liquidity group of which it is a group liquidity reporting firm if it is identified as such in accordance with the procedures in the previous paragraphs of this definition except that the identification is carried out by reference to that branch or defined liquidity group. For these purposes, data item FSA054 for the reporting level concerned is used.