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Asset-Liability Committee

Also called ALCO. A committee at a bank charged with ensuring the bank has enough assets to pay for its liabilities. It does this by monitoring the risk of the bank's investments as well as its capital structure. It reports to the board of directors and generally must also provide information to regulators.
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Hughes, "A History of Schenectady Operations of Alco Products, Inc.," reprinted from the Schenectady Union-Star, 22 April 1955, The American Locomotive Company Collection at the George Arents Research Library, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (hereafter referred to as the ALCo Collection), box 11; "New Muscle in Diesels," reprinted from Alco Review, Spring-Summer 1959, ALCo Collection, box 1; Alco Products Review, 5 (Spring/Summer 1956), 15.

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