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Liquidity management

Aldo Soprano

Liquidity management

a funding risk handbook

by Aldo Soprano

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bank liquidity,
  • Risk management

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAldo Soprano
    SeriesWiley finance series, Wiley finance series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG1656.A3 S66 2015
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 191 pages
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27180941M
    ISBN 101118413997
    ISBN 109781118413999
    LC Control Number2015002039
    OCLC/WorldCa902141653

    liquidity management practices reveals that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to managing liquidity risk. Firms should seek to develop qualitative and quantitative elements in a coordinated fashion, having recognised that these elements are interrelated. The qualitative elements of liquidity risk management should be based on sound File Size: 1MB.   The most up-to-date, comprehensive guide on liquidity risk management—from the professionals. Written by a team of industry leaders from the Price Waterhouse Coopers Financial Services Regulatory Practice, Liquidity Risk Management is the first book of its kind to pull back the curtain on a global approach to liquidity risk management in the post-financial : Wiley.

    Liquidity and Asset-liability Management Asset-liability management (ALM) is the process of planning, organizing, and controlling asset and liability volumes, maturities, rates, and yields in order to minimize interest rate risk and maintain an acceptable prof-itability level. Simply stated, ALM is . This course takes delegates through the risks and solutions available to treasury functions with regard to liquidity and capital management. Commencing with consideration of governance and the role of ALCO the course systematically takes delegates through the issues that they are likely to face in practice in part driven by changing regulation and also due to the changing economic environment.

    CHAPTER 4 Liquidity Value At Risk This fourth chapter deals with a matter requiring a dedicated book, separate from funding liquidity risk, and it is for this reason the shortest. - Selection from Liquidity Management: A Funding Risk Handbook [Book]. AIMA Journal of Management & Research, May , Volume 7, Issue 2/4, ISSN – Copy right© AJMR-AIMA ARTICLE NO.3 LIQUIDITY RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANK: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK Manish Kumar Assistant Professor, Shaheed Bhagat File Size: KB.


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