The 2007-2009 financial crisis highlighted the vulnerability of banks to liquidity risk

 

  1. Introduction

The 2007-2009 financial crisis highlighted the vulnerability of banks to liquidity risk and the several implications associated with banking business models. During the crisis, the identification of a proper risk management for different business models was challenging (Altubans et al., 2011). Moreover, banks who exhibit traditional characteristics during the financial turmoil had a “survival advantage” (Chiarazzo et al., 2018). This led to the need for a specific regulation regarding both management and measurement of liquidity risk, with a view

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