matched book

Matched book

A bank runs a matched book when the of maturities of its assets and liabilities is distribution equal.

Matched Book

A situation in which the funds a bank or brokerage has borrowed equal the funds it has lent to customers, where both borrowed and lent funds have the same maturity. A matched book is one way a financial institution can reduce its risk because a matched book does not add to its liabilities.

matched book

The position of a broker-dealer when funds borrowed are equal to funds lent to customers.
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Once hedged, the positions can be auctioned in order to ultimately achieve a matched book.
Dealers can run a matched book using various types of transactions.