US Net Stable Funding Ratio

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April 2016


This week, the US banking regulators proposed the net stable funding ratio (NSFR) for large US banking organizations. The NSFR is intended to promote the resiliency of banks’ funding of business activities over a longer time horizon than does the currently-in-place Liquidity Coverage Ratio.

  1. Another straw on the camel’s back.

  2. Less restrictive requirements for smaller institutions, but not where it counts.

  3. Regulators send mixed messages regarding internal models.

  4. US largely following BCBS’s lead.

  5. Proposed changes to LCR definitions are largely technical.

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