What we have learnt about liquidity over the past decade

Lessons from the global financial crisis

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What lessons have been learned since the 2008 crisis?
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What lessons have been learned since the 2008 crisis?

Liquidity risk is incredibly difficult to forecast and, if past experience is anything to go by, it is even trickier to predict during times of market stress. Ironically, it is often these times when liquidity is needed the most.

It is a complex issue, given that liquidity risk begins at the individual security which, in turn, is rolled up to the fund level. But what about the risks to outcomes for clients? Liabilities such...

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