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BNY Mellon discusses the impacts of new liquidity reporting requirements in FX-MM

The way in which liquidity is reported by banks is being transformed. Multiple intraday balances must be recorded under the new set of metrics, enabling regulators to keep track of bank and non-bank financial institutions’ intraday liquidity risk and their ability to meet payment and settlement obligations. In FX-MM, Dominic Broom, Head of Sales and Relationship Management, BNY Mellon Treasury Services EMEA, explains why the challenges – and benefits – of a new regulatory approach to intraday liquidity management should not be underestimated.

Dominic also features in the issue’s intraday liquidity management industry discussion.

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