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RBNZ's liquidity policy, including the much heralded Core Funding Ratio, facing change as part of regulatory stocktake

RBNZ's liquidity policy, including the much heralded Core Funding Ratio, facing change as part of regulatory stocktake
Grant Spencer

By Gareth Vaughan

The Reserve Bank may make changes to its liquidity policy, which includes the core funding ratio (CFR) and mismatch ratios, next year as part of its regulatory stocktake, Deputy Governor Grant Spencer says.

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