Banks are facing a challenging environment, whether from a macro-economic, regulatory, operational or technology perspective, as the cost of managing their intraday liquidity has increased.
Basel III pillar 2 and BCBS 248 principles underline the need for banks to actively manage their intraday liquidity positions. Financial institutions have an opportunity to leverage these regulatory obligations to create and embed the appropriate stress testing tools in normal treasury activities to assess liquidity risks and reduce liquidity buffers. This is no longer just a regulatory activity but becomes a BAU activity for treasury.
Download this whitepaper, published by ASIFMA in partnership with SmartStream, which summarises key topics on challenges and opportunities of intraday liquidity management.