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Revision as of 14:16, 4 April 2017

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American option to Base currency
Base erosion and profit shifting to CHAPS
CHAPS Co to Clearance
Cleared balance to Coupon strip
Court to Designated confidential information
Designated contract market to Economic value added
Economic value of equity to FOIA
FOMC to Fourth industrial revolution
Fractal markets hypothesis to Hedging
Held-to-maturity to Initial public offering
Injection to Landfill Tax
Large-cap to Marked-to-market reset
Market to Neuro-linguistic programming
Neurodivergent to PIOB
PISP to Primary financial statements
Primary legislation to Red herring
Red tape to SOC 2 report
SOD to Stamp duty
Stamp duty land tax to Terabyte
Term to Unobservable valuation inputs
Unrated to €STR

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Required Stable Funding

Bank regulation - funding risk

(RSF).

Required Stable Funding (RSF) is an input to the calculation of the net stable funding ratio (NSFR) for bank prudential management purposes.


A bank's Required Stable Funding (RSF) is calculated from its assets, weighted according to their maturity, credit quality and liquidity, together with an amount in relation to off balance sheet commitments.

Definitions for the RSF calculation generally mirror those used in the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR).


The resulting NSFR compares:

  • The amount of funding which a bank needs to fund its assets and off balance sheet commitments (RSF), with
  • The amount of stable funding (stable liabilities) which the bank currently has, known as the Available Stable Funding (ASF).


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