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Section 4: Macroprudential policy since the June 2012 Report. Table 4.A Summary of recommendations. The status of each recommendation is described as one of: ‘New’, ‘Not implemented’, ‘Plan agreed’, ‘Action under way’, ‘Implemented’ or ‘Superseded’.

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Section 4 macroprudential policy since the june 2012 report

Section 4: Macroprudential policy since the June 2012 Report


Section 4 macroprudential policy since the june 2012 report

Table 4.A Summary of recommendations

The status of each recommendation is described as one of: ‘New’, ‘Not implemented’, ‘Plan agreed’, ‘Action under way’, ‘Implemented’ or ‘Superseded’.


Section 4 macroprudential policy since the june 2012 report

Chart 4.1 Aggregate liquid asset holdings of UK banks as a percentage of FSA Individual Liquidity Guidance(ILG)(a)(b)

Sources: FSA and Bank calculations.

UK ‘defined liquidity groups’ for Barclays, HSBC, LBG, Nationwide, RBS and Santander as designated by the FSA for liquidity regulation purposes.

Liquid asset holdings for this purpose exclude pre-positioned collateral at the Bank of England’s Discount Window Facility in order for the data to be

comparable across time periods.

(c) June 2012 Report.


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