Liquidity risk management: the new imperative
JWG-IT Analysis Report
"Liquidity risk management: the new imperative"
This ground-breaking and timely analysis report from JWG-IT examines the rapid movement towards new standards for liquidity management, analysing the status of initiatives from global, European and UK regulators.
The UK FSA's CP08/22, the first regulatory guidance to be presented in detail for industry consultation, is comprehensively assessed.' The report analyses firms' preparedness to implement new liquidity management standards, mapping requirements against implementation metrics and considerations.
Using the JWG-IT Capital Markets Reference Framework, the analysis report assesses the scope of potential changes to firms' business models required by enhanced liquidity management standards.
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Recipients of this report will gain a comprehensive understanding of:
About the author: Andrew Howieson is an independent consultant, based in London, with more than 30 years experience in global capital markets. Most recently, Andrew established Tabb Group in Europe, authoring a widely recognised paper on European clearing and settlement issues and co-authoring a paper on European equity markets infrastructure, as well as managing transaction related consulting projects. Previously, Andrew was Managing Director for eSecLending in Europe, a global securities lending agent, and in a 13 year career with State Street Corporation headed Global Strategy and Development, formed Information Partnerships, driving acquisitions, partnerships and developments in the information and electronic trading business areas, and developed an advanced fixed income electronic trading capability. Andrew's career before State Street involved internal audit and operations management assignments for international banking organisations in Europe and Asia/Pacific.
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