maturity structure

maturity structure

the distribution of future dates on which BILLS, BONDS and REDEEMABLE FINANCIAL SECURITIES are due to be redeemed. An investor may seek to have a ‘phased’ PORTFOLIO of such securities, which will generate a planned pattern of cash inflows as these various securities mature. Similarly, firms and governments will seek to have a phased portfolio of borrowings that will generate a planned pattern of cash outflows as these various borrowings become repayable. See FUNDING, PUBLIC SECTOR BORROWING REQUIREMENT, TERM STRUCTURE OF INTEREST RATES.
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There is also a fairly significant literature that studies the factors that influence the maturity structure of sovereign debt (see, for example, the discussion in Dvorkin et al., 2018).
The banking sector reestablished the funding structure with healthier maturity structure and from diversified source.
Foreign liabilities withdrawn in the immediate aftermath of the diplomatic rift have been partially replaced with greater attention being paid to the diversity of funding sources and deposit maturity structure. Official deposits placed with banks after the rift have been reduced.
The maturity structure will be finalised upon settlement.
It focuses on the effect of these debt management policies on real borrowing costs and default risk for the sovereign and details the literature on GDP-linked debt and the maturity structure and how the report fills gaps in the literature; how uncertainty affects fiscal space and how debt management can play a role in increasing it, with estimates and simulations of potential gains in fiscal space flowing from debt management; and the sensitivity of the findings to underlying assumptions and policy implications.
(2006), "The determinants of debt maturity structure: evidence from France, Germany and the UK", European Financial Management, Vol.
"The effect on interest rates and the curve of the increased Treasury borrowing will depend upon the maturity structure of the increase in Treasury borrowing and debt," write economists at Jefferies.
In addition, the bank presents a relatively long-dated debt maturity structure and moderate funding costs that have steadily increased due to local currency borrowing.
The public debt maturity structure is also favourable and provides further support to the ratings.
In addition, a new risk management strategy ensures that the emirate contains liquidity risks related to the public debt's maturity structure, whilst increased cooperation between the department of finance, sovereign wealth funds and the UAE central bank ensures that ample liquidity covers the government's financing needs.
In addition, a new risk management strategy ensures that the emirate contains liquidity risks related to the public debt's maturity structure, while increased cooperation between the department of finance, sovereign wealth funds and the UAE Central Bank ensures that ample liquidity covers the government's financing needs.
Another ratio, called Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) has been developed by the Basel Committee to provide a measure of sustainable maturity structure of assets and liabilities.

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