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Rule LR-1.1.11 applies to the legal entity holding the bank license. A bank may thus own subsidiaries that undertake non-financial activities, although the CBB generally does not support the development of significant commercial activities within a banking group. Capital invested in such subsidiaries by a bank would be deducted from the bank's capital base under the CBB's capital rules (see Module CA). In addition, the CBB may impose restrictions — such as dealings between the bank and its commercial subsidiaries — if it was felt necessary to limit the bank's exposure to non-financial risks.

October 2007
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Apr 1 2008 onwards
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