RBA’s Debelle discusses eligibility criteria for new liquidity scheme


Guy Debelle, an assistant governor at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), on Wednesday said the decision to include self-securitised residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBSs) as eligible in its committed liquidity facility (CLF).

As part of Australia's implementation of the Basel III liquidity reforms, the central bank last week released details of its new CLF, which will enable banks to access liquidity by posting eligible collateral in the facility.

At the Apra Basel III Implementation

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