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Net Stable Funding Ratio: Preparing for a Game-Changer

To cope with forthcoming regulatory requirements for long-term stable funding, banks should be working now on measurements, funding plans and business strategy.

Bank liquidity has been a top regulatory concern following the financial crisis, and now the focus has turned from short-term liquidity to a longer funding horizon of one year and beyond. To further safeguard liquidity solvency in all market conditions, banks will be required to maintain minimum specified levels of long-term stable funding. The new standards are embodied in the net stable funding ratio (NSFR), targeted for implementation in January 2018. They follow the implementation of the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR), a plank of Basel III, which requires banks to maintain standby levels of reliable funding, in the form of ...

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