Proposed intraday liquidity reports ‘not feasible’, banks say


Draft requirements for banks to report daily liquidity needs are asking too much of institutions already preparing for life under the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and net stable funding ratio (NSFR), say industry critics. Regulators may also struggle to use the flood of extra information, they add.

"If the requirements end up insisting on a complete and comprehensive monitoring of all intraday cashflows, there is a massive amount of work involved," says Arno Kratky, head of liquidity risk at

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