Basel intra-day liquidity standards a ‘box-ticking exercise'

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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision's recently published monitoring tools for intra-day liquidity management leave a lot of details up to national supervisors, which risks creating greater regulatory fragmentation, according to a panel at an event today in London.

A panel discussion at Swift's London Business Forum brought together a group of directors responsible for intra-day liquidity at UK banks. Peter Lightfoot, head of positioning and collateral management in the money markets

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