Treasury Products - Part I

A bank’s treasury division is its principal interface with financial markets, with responsibility for managing the bank’s liquidity and funding resources as well as managing financial and market risk. This is the first of a two-part pathway helping us to build an understanding of the relevant products involved.




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10 videos • 2 hours 24 minutes

  • Bank Capital and Liquidity

    Tim explains the difference between Bank Capital and Bank Liquidity - a critical distinction that is all too often misunderstood.

    Tim Skeet14:31

  • What is the Loan:Deposit Ratio?

    Join Tim as he explains the advantages and disadvantages of the Loan:Deposit ratio. He explores how the ratio is calculated, used and also some of the limitations of using it.

    Tim Skeet13:10

  • What is the Liquidity Coverage Ratio?

    In this video January breaks down the Liquidity Coverage Ratio and explains its importance with a Northern Rock case study.

    January Carmalt18:12

  • What is the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) ?

    The Net Stable Funding Ratio, or NSFR, is one of many liquidity risk metrics used as part of a bank’s suite of risk exposure indicators. Moorad describes the objective of the NSFR and how it is defined, as well as what Available Stable Funding (ASF) and Required Stable Funding (RSF) mean as factors of the NSFR metric.

    Moorad Choudhry07:35

  • What is a Repo?

    In the first of this two-part series, Richard covers the basics of repurchase agreements - what they are, how they are structured and their economics and accounting.

    Richard Comotto22:10

  • Repo Collateral

    In part II, Richard talks about collateral, variation margining of collateral, the difference between general collateral and specials and some repo terminology.

    Richard Comotto15:17

  • Repo Pricing Illustration

    Richard walks through a realistic example of a repo to understand the mechanics of the transaction.

    Richard Comotto08:18

  • What is the difference between Loans and Bonds?

    Loans and bonds have a number of key differences which lead them to be used by different issuers and investors - Farouk analyses a handful of these.

    Farouk Ramzan26:06

  • What are Medium-Term Notes? I

    A Medium-Term Note, or MTN, is a form of privately placed debt in a bond format. In this video, Aya answers the questions: what is a MTN, what is a private placement and what are the differences between MTNs and Public Benchmark Transactions?

    Aya Suzuki10:17

  • What are Medium-Term Notes? II

    In the second part of Aya's video on Medium-Term Notes (MTNs), she discusses the benefits of issuing MTNs, explains the dealer's role and identifies the key buyers.

    Aya Suzuki08:41

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