FSI offers guide to liquidity monitoring tools

Basel III makes liquidity more comparable and consistent, but more tools may be needed

The Bank for International Settlements, Basel
Photo: Ulrich Roth

A new paper from the Financial Stability Institute outlines how supervisors can make use of a set of additional liquidity monitoring tools to assess banks’ liquidity risks.

The Basel III liquidity coverage ratio and net stable funding ratio make liquidity more comparable, but may not be enough on their own, the FSI says. The paper outlines five additional metrics, discusses data analytics, and shows how this can be used to form supervisory judgements about a bank’s liquidity position and market

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