The net stable funding ratio requirement when money is endogenous
No 1/2015, Research Discussion Papers from Bank of Finland
The NSFR regulation reduces banks’ liquidity risks by encouraging the use of deposit funding. Deposit money is created by lending, but the requirement restricts possibilities to grant loans. This contradiction may be destabilising if there is a substantial foreign debt. Keywords: net stable funding ratio; endogenous money; liquidity regulation
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