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FINS3630_Bank Financial Management_Complete Notes

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This set of notes covers contents that will be tested in both mid-sem and final exam. Received distinction for the course.

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Money Finance Economy Banking Systemic risk Financial markets Liability Monetary policy Asset liability management Market liquidity Liquidity crisis Liquidity risk
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Money Finance Economy Banking Systemic risk Financial markets Liability Monetary policy Asset liability management Market liquidity Liquidity crisis Liquidity risk
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For example, Dis must manage liquidity to meet demands for daily withdrawals. Only in extreme cases do liquidity risk problems develop into insolvency risk problems. - FI can usually meet the liquidity demand by o Run down cash assets o Sell off other liquid assets o Borrow additional funds - When all the above measures fail, an FI has to liquidate illiquid assets at usually fire-sale prices for immediate sale. (Fire-sale: a sale of goods or assets at a very low price, typically when the seller is facing bankruptcy) - Causes of Liquidity Risk (2 Reasons) 1) Liability-side liquidity risk 2) Asset-side liquidity risk 1) Liability-side liquidity risk The FI may not have enough cash to meet the requests for withdrawals. Liquidity risk is inherent in a DI’s asset transformation function because DIs typically use a large amount o...
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