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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