Funding Liquidity Risk: From Measurement to Management

Liquidity risk management is the management of a bank’s ability to meet its obligations as they come due, without incurring losses. One of a bank’s core business functions is to provide liquidity intermediation between  consumers and investors. To fulfill this role, banks constantly enter into contracts that provide liquidity as well as liquidity insurance. With the development of capital markets in recent decades, banks have more liquidity intermediation tools at their disposal.


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