Given the need for additional funds and the lack of attractive alternatives, bank use of FHLB advances is very likely to grow and should not necessarily be interpreted as a sign of banking stress.
Browsing: Balance sheet management
What the Federal Reserve’s commercial bank balance sheet data can and can’t tell us.
More banks are turning again to wholesale funding and hedging to limit volatility in their liabilities.
Asset-liability managers haven’t seen a rate environment like this in a generation. Experts provide tips on how to pivot.
The solutions for near-term balance sheet challenges may pose greater problems in the long run.
A global pandemic, a struggling economy and a new administration throw wrenches into risk managers plans for the year ahead.
For banks that have experienced rapid and possibly short-term inflows of assets and deposits during the coronavirus pandemic, the FDIC today issued an interim final rule providing relief from auditing, internal control and audit committee requirements that would have resulted from those inflows.
In an effort to enable banks to safely expand their balance sheets to meet the needs of customers during the coronavirus pandemic, federal banking regulators on Friday issued an interim final rule allowing depository institutions to temporarily exclude U.S. Treasury securities and deposits at Federal Reserve Banks from the calculation of the supplementary leverage ratio.
Asset-liability management is often treated as a compliance exercise, not a decision engine. How can ALM help improve banks’ performance?