Basel III's Net Stable Funding Ratio ("NSFR") was created to promote resilience of a financial institution over a one year period and encourage banks to fund their activities with stable sources of funding. The following podcast with Pepper attorneys Tim McTaggart and Ahmad Hajj focuses on the current Basel III NSFR proposal, provides an analysis of Basel III's available stable funding requirement and the types of products that fit within this requirement as well as a discussion of the types of products that within the required stable funding requirement of the NSFR and the appropriate discounts the Basel III Committee applies to such products. The podcast also provides insight into issues U.S. banking regulators may consider in drafting rules for the NSFR and the potential impact of the NSFR on financial institutions and their funding mechanisms.
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