Outsourced or in-house: banks weigh up solutions for liquidity risk management

Liquid solutions

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When the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published its findings on liquidity risk management in financial institutions in a paper entitled Liquidity Risk Management and Supervisory Challenges in February 2008, the overwhelming conclusion was that most liquidity risk and asset and liability management (ALM) systems were outdated and ill-equipped to deal with the range of liquidity risks facing institutions.

Four years on, and with pressure to meet global regulations a significant driver,

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