US regulators release inter-agency liquidity risk guidance

Inter-agency funding guidance from US federal banking agencies seeks to learn lessons from the liquidity crisis.

Liquidity risk guidance has been issued by the US federal banking agencies and the National Credit Union Administration to provide sound practices for funding and to strengthen liquidity risk management standards.

Firms are expected to have appropriate systems and processes for managing liquidity risk in place proportionate to the company’s complexity, scope and risk profile.

A Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation statement said: “The policy statement emphasises the importance of cashflow

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