Monthly Archives: February 2014

16 FebIntraday Liquidity. Intra-day collateral management.

With new rules coming into effect on Jan 1 2015, this is the sixth in a series of posts on how banks and FI’s might adapt.   NEWS: From next week the book: Cash & Liquidity Management, Mastering the Challenges of New Regulations and a Changing Marketplace, will be available on Kindle and in print. Intra-day […]

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09 FebIntraday Liquidity. Internal Integration

With new rules coming into effect on Jan 1 2015, this is the fifth in a series of posts on how banks and FI’s might adapt. Internal Integration The next stage in terms of sophistication would be to take in these messages and match them up with the FI’s internal records. The prospect is a […]

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03 FebIntraday Liquidity. Sourcing the information. Push vs. Pull

With new rules coming into effect on Jan 1 2015, this is the fourth in a series of posts on how banks and FI’s might adapt. Push versus Pull Using SWIFT is a standard and for a good reason. Firstly it offers 1-to-many connectivity, simplifying communications links. Secondly, it allows the agent banks to push […]

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