Matched maturities

Matched maturities

The coordination by a financial_institution of the maturities of its assets (loans) and liabilities (deposits) in order to enable it to meet itsobligations at the required times.

Matched Maturities

A situation in which a bank or other financial institution has arranged it such that loans it has made and debts it has incurred mature at the same time. When a bank matches maturities, it ensures that it can pay its obligations with the proceeds from its assets, as long as no one defaults.
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This portfolio of TRR swaps and reverses is funded by commercial paper with matched maturities.
Dockser said that when proceeds from the notes are invested in uninsured multifamily mortgages, the notes and the mortgages would have effectively matched maturities.