Net stable funding ratio (nsfr)
Basel III and liquidity – Going all the way
Sequencing of the reforms is wrong, Société Générale's chief European economist tells conference
Basel Committee's proposed new reports on daily liquidity needs would involve "thousands upon thousands" of data points, according to critics
This panel will discuss ways to allocate resources and minimize potential exposure with a set of analytical tools to assess, simulate and quantify operational risk capital to improve business efficiency and performance across the enterprise.
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On the scrapheap
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The funding squeeze
Supervisors should embrace new form of securitisation to encourage bank lending, argues Ernst & Young’s Patricia Jackson
Strong balance sheets mean Asian banks are well placed to meet Basel III increased capital requirements but the disparate state of the regional regulatory framework means the technological challenge...
A central bank liquidity facility is a possible solution to the shortage of liquid assets, says a Banking Association South Africa speaker at Risk and Return 2012 in Cape Town
ANZ issues first Australian covered bond following government reforms; covered bonds seen as part of the solution to address liquidity shortage under Basel III
Australia's prudential regulator publishes discussion paper for liquidity reforms under Basel III. In addition, the Reserve Bank of Australia announces further details for its committed liquidity fa...
Keeping the lid on
“We do not have a liquidity issue”
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.