Proposal for an intraday liquidity regulation: the crack in the supervisory wall is to be closed

The aftermath of the credit crisis has seen a flurry of regulatory activity, especially in the previously ignored area of liquidity risk: the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published its ‘Principles for Sound Liquidity Risk Management and Supervision’ in 2008 and the UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) significantly extended its liquidity regulatory regime, being the first regulator to propose the new liquidity reporting framework in 2009. The initial industry’s response to the

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