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1/31/14 - Enhanced Expectations for Managing Liquidity Risk

U.S. and international regulators are moving forward with initiatives that will require financial institutions to reconsider how they manage liquidity risk. U.S. regulators, in particular, have moved aggressively to implement new rules and to tighten supervisory expectations in ways that will compel banking companies to address fundamental aspects of liquidity risk management.

Please click below to read a Sightlines InFocus by Yoko Otani, Mark Levonian, and Stacy Coleman that says firms are likely to feel the pressure of enhanced expectations for liquidity risk management in three areas: liquidity stress testing; integration of capital and liquidity stress testing and planning; and the timely collection of accurate and granular data and information.