Asian regulators get tough on liquidity ring-fencing

Ring-fencing liquidity


Many in the banking industry accept there was inadequate liquidity management on the part of some banks during the height of global financial crisis in 2008, which led to contagion within banking groups and in the wider economy resulting in a liquidity squeeze. Now, regulators as a collective group, which found themselves helpless yet culpable when banks got into difficulties in their jurisdictions, are increasingly keen on the idea of ring-fencing liquidity – often referred to as

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