SunGard: Non-Maturing Deposits — ALM Modelling

Non-Maturing Deposits (NMDs) is a term commonly used to describe those deposits which do not have a contractually definite maturity date, and are typically withdrawable on demand by the customers. Savings accounts, current accounts, and checking accounts are some of the typical examples of NMDs. Such accounts make up a sizeable part (up to 50% in the case of retail banks) of the liability side of the balance sheet of deposit taking institutions. Hence, it is critical to get the analysis and

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