Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process

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Bank supervision - liquidity risk.

(ILAAP).

The Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process of a bank takes the form of a document which:

  • Provides details of how the bank manages its liquidity position; and
  • Explains the bank's management and control processes.


It is approved by the bank's management body, and submitted to the regulator as part of the regulator's liquidity review of the bank.


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