Strategies Aimed at Mitigating Liquidity Risk in the Aftermath of the Recent Financial Crisis

17 Pages Posted: 19 Oct 2015

Date Written: September 10, 2015

Abstract

In this study the key strategies of managing liquidity risk in the aftermath of the financial crisis are examined and it’s concluded that the key strategies that could be implemented to mitigate liquidity risk include need to consolidate smaller banks, increase capitalization to banks and increase banks supervision per Basel III requirements. An additional conclusion is that results from studies conducted to ascertain the effectiveness of the reforms and policies to manage liquidity risk after the financial crisis appear to indicate that the strategies have had positive impacts. Finally it may be difficult for developing countries to implement Basel III requirements.

Keywords: Liquidity risk, Dodd-Frank Act, financial crisis

Suggested Citation

Owusu-Amoako, Johnson, Strategies Aimed at Mitigating Liquidity Risk in the Aftermath of the Recent Financial Crisis (September 10, 2015). 5th International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship: Baltimore, Maryland, September 10-13, 2015. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2676217 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2676217

Johnson Owusu-Amoako (Contact Author)

Sacred Heart University ( email )

5151 Park Ave
Fairfield, CT 06432
United States

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