LONDON – The Financial Services Authority (FSA), Britain’s financial regulator, has set out its proposals for a tough new liquidity regime that it plans to introduce for banks, investment firms and building societies next autumn. Proposals, published in a consultation paper* in early December, include a new Individual Liquidity Adequacy Standards approach to assessing and mitigating liquidity risk, a strengthened qualitative framework for liquidity risk management, and new liquidity reporting requirements.

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