Fannie and Freddie create interest rate risk for themselves by financing their portfolio through a mixture of long-term non-callable bonds and short-term obligations
. Both firms have obligations due within one year in the neighborhood of 50 percent of total liabilities.
Congress intended to apply the requirements only to taxpayers that purchase short-term obligations
or debt instruments.
Alsons expects net proceeds of P1.395 billion from the first tranche which would be used to settle its short-term obligations
worth P291.25 million.
The company intends to use the net proceeds amounting to P1.4 billion to settle its maturing short-term obligations
in the third quarter of 2018 and to partially fund the development of Siguil Hydro Power Corporation.
Excluding its short-term obligations
, the central bank's net reserves are not more than $5 billion, although gross official reserves stand at $15.1 billion.
If an insurer has predominantly short-term obligations
, asset portfolios should be relatively liquid in nature (i.e., publicly traded bonds, commercial paper and cash).
The Basel III liquidity coverage ratio (the ratio of high liquid FX assets to net short-term obligations
for the month to come) will be adopted in 2017, and overlapping regulations will be lifted: Different ratios will be applied in 2017 according to the types of banks (commercial banks to meet 60 percent, while some public financial institutions to meet 40 percent), but all banks will have to meet 80 percent as of 2019, except Korea Development Bank which will have to meet 60 percent.
MARC considers TSH's liquidity to be sufficient to meet its short-term obligations
Regions Financial Corporation is rated Ba1 for senior debt and Not-Prime for short-term obligations
They reveal that chairman Peter Johnson has agree to loan the club a further PS250,000 to meet its short-term obligations
this month alone.
The short-term liquidity of an enterprise is measured by the degree to which it can meet its short-term obligations
. Liquidity implies the ready ability to convert assets into cash or to obtain cash.
The central bank's net hard currency reserves, which a country needs to pay for imports, are in negative territory if upcoming short-term obligations
are included, indicating a looming funding crunch for Egypt unless it quickly accesses external aid.