Funding risk of global banks varies

Basel study shows European banks have seen net cash outflows increase just 7.7% in four years

Though banks the world over have grown their stockpiles of high-quality liquid assets (HQLA) since 2012, those in the Americas have seen their funding risk increase at a much faster clip than their global peers.

Banks in the Americas built up HQLA rapidly to 131.6% of their 2012 levels by 2014, and from then until end-2018 increased holdings by a net 1.9 percentage points to 133.5%. Net cash outflows – the aggregate amount of money a bank expects to have to return to creditors, minus those it

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