Liquidity Toolkit (# 273)
- Liquidity Cash Flow Planning and Stress Testing Model (#271) – see below
- Liquidity Contingency Funding Plan (#272) – see below
- Customizable Liquidity Management Policy (#096) – see below
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Liquidity Cash Flow Planning and Stress Testing Model (# 271)
Dynamic tool designed to assist your bank in performing quantitative liquidity assessments as required by Interagency Guidance on Funding and Liquidity Risk Management.
- Forecast funding sources, funding needs, and cash flow gaps
- Monitor availability of contingent liquidity
- Monitor funding concentrations and dynamic cash flow ratios
- Perform liquidity stress testing and multiple-scenario what-if analyses
- Are we covered?
- For how long are we covered (liquidity reserve)?
- Are the ratios and the risk levels within policy limits?
- To what degree are we reliant on volatile funds to bridge funding gaps?
- Is our back-up liquidity adequate in normal markets? Stressed markets?
For additional information and to view sample reports for the Liquidity Cash Flow and Contingency Model, click here.
Available in Microsoft Excel®.
Liquidity Contingency Funding Plan (# 272)
- Provides a written contingency funding plan as required by Interagency Guidance on Funding and Liquidity Risk Management.
- Delineates strategies and actions addressing potential liquidity shortfalls in emergency situations.
- Includes identification of stress events, stress levels, early warning indicators, parameters for liquidity stress testing, sources of funds and funding strategies, lines of responsibility and communication, as well as a detailed crisis action plan.
Click here to learn about the contents of a contingency funding plan
Liquidity Management Policy (# 096)
Designed to ensure that the bank is managed to provide an adequate level of liquidity to meet both predicted and unexpected cash needs while maintaining a planned net interest margin.
If you prefer, Young & Associates, Inc. can assist you in different areas of the liquidity planning process.
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