Difference between revisions of "Funding risk"

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In the bank liquidity and funding context, funding risk arises in the context of illiquid asset positions.
 
In the bank liquidity and funding context, funding risk arises in the context of illiquid asset positions.
  
In this context, funding risk means the inability to obtain the necessary funding for the illiquid asset positions on the expected terms and when required.
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In this situation, funding risk means the inability to obtain the necessary funding for the illiquid asset positions on the expected terms and when required.
  
  
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In the pensions context, funding risk arises in the context of defined benefit pensions schemes, especially ones in deficit.
 
In the pensions context, funding risk arises in the context of defined benefit pensions schemes, especially ones in deficit.
  
In this context, funding risk means the obligation to make additional contributions to the pension fund, to make up shortfalls.
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In this situation, funding risk means the obligation to make additional contributions to the pension fund, to make up shortfalls.
  
  

Revision as of 11:40, 18 August 2016

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Bank funding.

In the bank liquidity and funding context, funding risk arises in the context of illiquid asset positions.

In this situation, funding risk means the inability to obtain the necessary funding for the illiquid asset positions on the expected terms and when required.


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Pensions funding.

In the pensions context, funding risk arises in the context of defined benefit pensions schemes, especially ones in deficit.

In this situation, funding risk means the obligation to make additional contributions to the pension fund, to make up shortfalls.


See also