Turkey’s Central Bank on Monday revised the reserve requirement regulation that links the ratios and remuneration rates to loan growth rates.

Previously on Aug. 19, the bank set new loan growth rate criteria for deciding reserve requirement ratios and remuneration rates.

Based on the new move, the real change in Turkish lira cash loans will be taken into account in the calculation of loan growth, the bank said in a statement.

Excluding the loans extended to financial institutions, the real annual growth rate of loans will be calculated based on the last three-month average of the real cash loan

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