Association of Corporate Treasurers: Monitoring Your Bank Spotlight On Counterparty Risk

Companies are exposed to bank credit risk in many ways. With cash deposits, un-drawn facilities, derivative exposures, payments system access dependency, letters of credit, custody, etc it is inescapable. Concerns about banks’ credit worthiness remain significant. And new ideas of ‘bail in’ of bank creditors and wholesale subordination to retail deposits in resolution of failing banks make the subject of counterparty risk more pertinent than ever.

Corporate treasurers must be able to

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