Measuring the impact of LCR and other liquidity regulation on banks – a new study by the Bank of England

The Bank of England has released a first-of-its-kind study on the empirical impact of liquidity regulations (LCR, and in the UK, Individual Liquidity Guidance or ILG) on bank activities. In a Bank of England Working Paper, authors Ryan Banerjee of the Bank for International Settlements and Hitoshi Mio of the Bank of Japan took a group of banks that were impacted by liquidity regulation in 2010 vs. a control group that was exempted. The results suggest how this specific regulation has impacted banks and gives ideas about future liquidity regulation.

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