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Financial Risk Management: Liquidity Risk

Considers the discipline of managing the liquidity position of a bank in order to ensure that prior preparation and funds on hand can sufficiently address potential liquidity disorder.

Duration: Approximately 45 minutes
Created: July 2019

What You'll Learn

After successfully completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Discuss what "liquidity" means for a bank
  • Identify alternative sources of borrowed funds for a bank
  • Describe how liquidity factors into a bank’s portfolios of loans and securities
  • Understand stress testing for potential and problematic liquidity scenarios
  • Explain how to prepare for possible liquidity disorder
  • Comprehend standards and expectations for good liquidity risk management
  • Interpret reports on a bank's funding and liquidity position


Risk management and control professionals in first, second or third line functions with primary responsibilities including monitoring and risk reporting of loan portfolios, underwriting, stress testing, audit or governance across credit risk or financial risk categories. Directors, members of senior management, State/Federal bank examiners, external risk consultants or auditors.

Course Credits

ABA Professional Certifications: 1.0 CERP

ABA Certificates: This course applies to the Certificate in Financial and Credit Risk Management

​Questions? Please contact ABA Training for more information.




Purchase for a Team
To license this course to your bank for multiple learners, please contact ABA Training.


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