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Preparing for Basel IV : why liquidity risks still present a challenge to regulators in prudential supervision (II)

Preparing for Basel IV : why liquidity risks still present a challenge to regulators in prudential supervision (II)

... by liquidity risks, Part I of the paper concludes with the result that market based regulation is an essential and vital tool in the Basel Committee's efforts to address some of the challenges presented by ...

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Liquidity risks, transaction costs and online portfolio selection

Liquidity risks, transaction costs and online portfolio selection

... In this paper, we have developed a new practical TCF model of OPS by considering not only the proportional transaction costs but liquidity risks which is quantified by LOB data as well. The proposed OPS is ...

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Market liquidity risks of foreign exchange derivatives and cross-country equity portfolio allocations

Market liquidity risks of foreign exchange derivatives and cross-country equity portfolio allocations

... of liquidity level, is shown to be inversely related to transaction costs as high trading costs cause investors to trade less (see Bekaert et ...relative liquidity risks/trading costs of different ...

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LIQUIDITY RISKS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BY COMMERCIAL BANKS IN BANGLADESH: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

LIQUIDITY RISKS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BY COMMERCIAL BANKS IN BANGLADESH: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

... public’s liquidity needs, but in process become exposed to liquidity risk (Diamond and Dybvig, ...a liquidity shortage, it may go bankrupt despite having valuable long-term ...bank liquidity ...

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Liquidity Risks and Profitability of Commercial Banks Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya.

Liquidity Risks and Profitability of Commercial Banks Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya.

... of liquidity risk management on bank performance in the context of ...that liquidity had a significant negative relationship with commercial bank ...

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Regulating Liquidity Risks within “Institutional Protection Schemes”

Regulating Liquidity Risks within “Institutional Protection Schemes”

... most liquidity outflows to re- tail clients have run-off-factors of 0, 5 or 10% (Art 421 para 1 and 5 ...CRR). Liquidity run-off to non-financial wholesale clients are weighted with 40% (art 422 para 5 ...

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Corporate Governance in Banks and its Impact on Credit and Liquidity Risks: Case of Tunisian Banks

Corporate Governance in Banks and its Impact on Credit and Liquidity Risks: Case of Tunisian Banks

... credit risks are positively related and jointly contribute to bank ...and liquidity risk and their impact on bank ...the risks of Tunisian banks, which continue to occupy a leading position in the ...

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Timing asset market peaks: the role of the liquidity risk cycle of the banking system

Timing asset market peaks: the role of the liquidity risk cycle of the banking system

... the liquidity risk management actions of financial intermediaries spilled over to asset markets during the subprime crisis which started in ...bank liquidity transformation and the incentive for funding ...

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The difference between Risk in Islamic banks and commercial banks

The difference between Risk in Islamic banks and commercial banks

... The risks in Commercial and Islamic banks are similar many of them in (risk of theft and loss, cybercrime risk), and also a lot of difference, especially with regard to interest rate risk in classical banks ...

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A new method to estimate the risk of financial intermediaries

A new method to estimate the risk of financial intermediaries

... credit, liquidity, interest-rate, solvency and operational ...and liquidity risks typically manifest themselves through mismatched maturities and durations between assets and ...bank risks in ...

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Risk in Financial Business - Case Study Applied to the City of Cali

Risk in Financial Business - Case Study Applied to the City of Cali

... financial risks of companies in the real ...financial risks in organizations known as market risks, credit risks and liquidity risks, and he develops for each asides on ...

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Understanding Liquidity and Credit Risks in the Financial Crisis

Understanding Liquidity and Credit Risks in the Financial Crisis

... upsurges, liquidity risks in the three di¤erent currencies behaved broadly similarly to one ...three liquidity factors performed poorly in Table ...EUR liquidity risk exhibited a fourth ...

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The Relationship between Competition and Risk Taking Behavior of Indian Banks

The Relationship between Competition and Risk Taking Behavior of Indian Banks

... various risks (i.e., default, market, asset, capital and liquidity risks) faced by Indian scheduled commercial banks ...asset risks. However, competition adversely affects capital and ...

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Risk and Performance: Empirical Evidence from Bumi Armada Berhad

Risk and Performance: Empirical Evidence from Bumi Armada Berhad

... the liquidity risk and as well as to draw the relationship between the liquidity risks and financial performance and measured by using Return on Assets (ROA) and return of equity (ROE) of Islamic ...

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Financial Risks Analysis and Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

Financial Risks Analysis and Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya

... assess liquidity, credit ,Interest rate risk and Foreign exchange risks as independent variables and how they influence financial performance of commercial ...banks. Liquidity risks involve ...

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Market Liquidity Behaviour in Futures Markets: Empirical Evidence

Market Liquidity Behaviour in Futures Markets: Empirical Evidence

... both liquidity and information effects and found an inverse relationship between transaction price volatility and ...However, liquidity was not measured directly by the BAS but by a set of hypothesized ...

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An assessment of risk factors and their effects on the rationality of lending decision-making: a comparative study of conventional banking and Islamic banking systems

An assessment of risk factors and their effects on the rationality of lending decision-making: a comparative study of conventional banking and Islamic banking systems

... One is an instrumental approach that seeks to define an objective method of risk assessment. The other is a non-instrumental approach in which the subjective perception of the borrowers by the financial analyst, and the ...

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The Effect of Deposit Insurance on Risk Taking in Asian Banks

The Effect of Deposit Insurance on Risk Taking in Asian Banks

... credit, liquidity, and overall default risks, we find that the implementation of deposit insurance helps to stabilize the banking system but also leads banks to undertake excessive ...

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Excess liquidity and bank lending risks in the euro area  Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚16 | September 2018

Excess liquidity and bank lending risks in the euro area Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚16 | September 2018

... Excess liquidity (defined as all kinds of commercial bank deposits held by the Eurosystem minus the minimum reserve requirements) in the euro area exceeded €1,900 billion, or 17 percent of euro-area GDP, in ...

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Relationship between Liquidity and Profitability: A Study on Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Relationship between Liquidity and Profitability: A Study on Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

... Published By ratio, liquid ratio, various turnover ratios, return on assets, return on equity, profit margin etc. I have also used various tables to present my calculation. It also used bar diagram with time series to ...

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