European Interbank Compensation Guidelines – Revision 2009

23. Oktober 2009
The Interbank Compensation Guidelines were developed as a recommended basis for the settlement of claims for compensation arising from same day high-value payments1 in euro made between banks. This common approach to interbank claims was agreed in December 1998, prior to the introduction of the euro, for the categorisation and calculation of interest claims in compensation, be it for misdirected euro-denominated payments or eurodenominated payments sent on the wrong value date. [ mehr ... ]

EBF-Richtlinien zum Liquiditätsmanagement

30. September 1999
The introduction of the euro in the interbank markets as of 4th January 1999 has dramatically affected intraday liquidity management within individual banks. The end of the traditional payment system model, where banks settle in the country of issue over a maximum of one, possibly two, systems (gross & net settlement systems), has undoubtedly complicated liquidity management since each bank now has the choice of up to twenty different payment systems (15 RTGS systems, the TARGET interlinking, 3 domestic-based netting systems and the EBA EURO1 system) to settle their payments in euro, with all the consequences it has on liquidity pooling. [ mehr ... ]

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