BoE outlines objectives for liquidity rules

Nigel Jenkinson, an adviser to the governor of the Bank of England and a member of the Financial Stability Board, on Friday detailed five objectives for a new framework on liquidity risk.

Jenkinson proposed five objectives designed to ensure that the new framework accounted for systemic risk:

· that liquidity regulation should encourage prudent liquidity risk management by individual banks;

· that rules provide a disincentive for banks to increase liquidity risk;

· the avoidance of the

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