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October 31, 2013

All Sources Of Liquidity Cost Something – But Which Impacts Net Worth Ratios The Least?

As credit unions develop contingent funding scenarios to test against contingency funding plans, the solution to a liquidity event is perhaps as important as ensuring the scenario is both realistic and rigorous. In working with various credit unions, solutions to liquidity scenarios range from CD promotions to brokered (non-member) deposits to borrowings and lastly, to […]

August 22, 2013

Liquidity – Positioning Your Credit Union for Long-Term Solutions

With the recent focus on contingency liquidity planning, many credit union management teams are evaluating how to meet the potential demand that a rapid-onset, high-impact liquidity event may have on their balance sheet. In order to meet a hypothesized short-term contingent event, management teams are turning to the Central Liquidity Facility (CLF) or Federal Reserve […]

May 9, 2013

Liquidity – Evaluating And Understanding Your Contracts

Most liquidity concerns today revolve around having too much liquidity without viable investment opportunities. However, after the recent (and sustained) flight to safety, some credit unions are beginning to consider the potential impact of liquidity leaving insured financial institutions. In the short-term, a liquidity event may be significant deposit run-off or draws on unfunded loan […]

April 26, 2013

Survey: Liquidity Sources

Do you have access to backup federal liquidity sources?  Please click here to answer our survey question.  All responses are anonymous.

September 14, 2012

The Time To Comment Is NOW—Use Ours If Needed

Credit unions have a little more than a week left to submit comments for a Proposed Standards Update regarding liquidity risk and interest rate risk (click here to see our comments).   So far about 15 comments have been posted, but it is important for the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) to know how this […]

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