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A risk management arrangement whereby transfer orders are held pending by the originator/deliverer or by the system until sufficient cover is available on the originator’s/deliverer’s clearing account or under the limits set against the payor.  
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''Risk management''.
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Queuing is a risk management arrangement whereby transfer orders are held pending by the originator/deliverer or by the system until sufficient cover is available on the originator’s/deliverer’s clearing account or under the limits set against the payor.  
  
 
In some cases, cover may include unused credit lines or available collateral.
 
In some cases, cover may include unused credit lines or available collateral.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Caps]]
 
* [[Caps]]
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* [[Collateral]]
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* [[Credit line]]
 
* [[Gridlock]]
 
* [[Gridlock]]
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* [[Risk management]]
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[[Category:Manage_risks]]

Latest revision as of 14:44, 18 August 2018

Risk management.

Queuing is a risk management arrangement whereby transfer orders are held pending by the originator/deliverer or by the system until sufficient cover is available on the originator’s/deliverer’s clearing account or under the limits set against the payor.

In some cases, cover may include unused credit lines or available collateral.


See also