Basel III guidelines may increase systemic liquidity risk for Indonesian banks

A reliance on liquid demand deposits may pose problems for Indonesian banks with no other obvious sources of funding


The imposition of the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio requirements on the Indonesian banking sector may result in an increase in systemic liquidity risk in the South-east Asian country, according to market participants.

Bank Indonesia – the country's central bank and financial regulator – released a consultation document asking for industry feedback on the potential impact of Basel III earlier this summer. Industry players have highlighted liquidity as being a potential issue because bank

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