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RBA Glossary definition for CLF

CLF – Committed Liquidity Facility

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The Committed Liquidity Facility

23 Jul 2019 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), to Bloomberg, Sydney

CLF Operational Notes

7 Jul 2019
The CLF Operational Notes contain further details on the operation of the CLF. ... Using the CLF (CLF Terms and Conditions Clause 5(b)(i)).

Securitisation: Past, Present and Future

30 Nov 2022 Speech
Jonathan Kearns
Speech delivered by Jonathan Kearns, Head of Domestic Markets, to the Australian Securitisation Conference, Sydney

Committed Liquidity Facility

16 Sep 2022
ADIs to meet LCR requirements now and for some time without the need to utilise the CLF. ... Accordingly, on 1 January 2023 the CLF was fully phased-out to zero.

CLF Notifications

6 Sep 2019
Covered Entity. If at any time the CLF Participant is not a U.S. ... CLF QFC means, in respect of the CLF Participant, each of the following:. ()

The Committed Liquidity Facility

23 Nov 2011 Speech
Guy Debelle
Speech by Guy Debelle to the Australian Securitisation Forum, Sydney


2 May 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

The Committed Liquidity Facility

17 Jun 2021 Bulletin – June 2021
Andrea Brischetto and Lea Jurkovic
The Reserve Bank provides the Committed Liquidity Facility (CLF) to enhance the resilience of the banking system in times of liquidity stress.

The Committed Liquidity Facility

19 Sep 2019 Bulletin – September 2019
Michelle Bergmann, Ellis Connolly and Joseph Muscatello
The Reserve Bank provides the Committed Liquidity Facility (CLF) as part of the global framework to improve the resilience of the banking system to periods of liquidity stress.

Discussion On the Economics of Committed Liquidity Facilities | Conference – 2013

19 Aug 2013 Conferences
There are other regulatory issues and challenges that affect the operation of a CLF under the LCR. ... Operating a CLF differently in normal and stressed states, which further requires clearly defining such periods.