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NSFR – Net Stable Funding Ratio

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The Australian Financial System

21 Nov 2022 FSR - October 2022 PDF 1212KB

Australian Fixed Income Securities in a Low Rate World

21 Mar 2018 Speech PDF 402KB
In 2016, banks acted ahead of time in preparation for theimplementation of the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) requirement. ... The regulatory environment, particularly the NSFR requirement, may also becontributing to a desire to issue at longer tenors.

Developments in the Financial System Architecture

26 Mar 2014 FSR March 2014 PDF 363KB

Trends in Australian Banks' Bond Issuance

15 Sep 2022 Bulletin – September 2022
Claire Johnson
Bonds account for around 10 per cent of Australian banks’ funding, and bonds issued by banks account for about half of the non-government bond market.

Domestic Financial Markets

10 Aug 2017 SMP – August 2017
Both of these types of deposits are considered to be relatively stable sources of funding under the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) requirement, which will take effect from the beginning of ... 2018. The major banks have indicated that their NSFRs have

Policy Panel

19 Dec 2013 Conferences PDF 209KB
RBA Conference Volume 2013

Risk and Return in a Low Rate Environment

16 Mar 2018 Speech
Guy Debelle
Speech delivered by Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor, to the Financial Risk Day 2018, Sydney

Policy Panel | Conference – 2013

19 Aug 2013 Conferences
For example, there are important questions around the calibration and phasing in of the net stable funding ratio (NSFR). ... The NSFR by definition reduces the amount of maturity transformation that the banking system will do.

The Transformation in Maturity Transformation

27 May 2015 Speech
Philip Lowe
Speech by Philip Lowe, Deputy Governor, at the Thomson Reuters' 3rd Australian Regulatory Summit, Sydney

The Australian Financial System

10 Apr 2018 FSR – April 2018
Australian banks also remain resilient to potential domestic liquidity shocks, with both their Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) and Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) well above the 100 per cent minimum requirements. ... The NSFR, which came into effect in