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