bank-specific liquidity risk

bank-specific liquidity risk
One of three main types of liquidity need environments. The risk that a bank might experience a funding crisis resulting when one or more events or problems applicable just to the bank cause funds providers to lose confidence in the bank. Also know as internal liquidity risk or bank name risk.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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