Regulators Want Regular Reports Of Big Bank Liquidity

Law360, New York (July 19, 2013, 1:49 PM EDT) -- Global regulators on Friday said the world's largest banks must disclose a key measure of how well they can handle a short-term funding crisis in their regular financial reports in an effort to improve transparency and ease risk.

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision said that beginning in January 2015, globally systemically important banks must reveal their liquidity coverage ratio, which measures the amount of highly liquid assets they have on hand and can be used to pay off short-term debts, on a quarterly basis or...
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