Quartet FS: Liquidity Management in Times of Regulatory Pressure

Liquidity management has become an integrant part of any bank’s sound risk management practice. The collapse of Lehman Brothers highlighted the need for banks to consider liquidity as a scarce resource. Since the global crisis in 2008, market reforms are flooding the financial sector, forcing banks to manage their intraday liquidity in a more prudent and a more effective manner. With this in mind, how can banks quickly absorb the structural changes imposed by the regulators? How can banks make

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