Swift intraday liquidity messaging selected for BCBS 248

Intraday liquidity reporting underpins rulebook created by the Liquidity Implementation Task Force to support BCBS compliance

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The BCBS is based in Basel, Switzerland

The Swift messaging system underpins the rulebook released by the Liquidity Implementation Task Force (LITF) ─ an industry group of 25 clearing banks, custodian banks and global brokers. The rulebook was created to aid compliance with BCBS 248, which calls for banks to implement monitoring tools for intraday liquidity management by January 2017.

"Having a very clear, best practice on the use of intraday reporting messages is an essential tool that will enable banks to collect the necessary data

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