Why funding liquidity risk deserves a place at the risk table

A place at the table

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Firms have been managing liquidity risk for years, but the financial crisis has now moved it to centre stage. It has joined the risk top table alongside credit, market and operational risk. It is necessary to look at its credentials for joining this club and the attendant supervisory scrutiny.

Some of the crises that individual firms have experienced have been in relation to an inability to fund themselves more than a deterioration in credit quality of their assets. Some of these firms had a

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