ALM

Lithuanian translation: aktyvų ir pasyvų valdymas (Asset/Liability management

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English term or phrase:ALM
Lithuanian translation:aktyvų ir pasyvų valdymas (Asset/Liability management
Entered by: Leonardas

11:00 May 20, 2010
English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: ALM
The ALM/Treasury Department receives information from business units regarding the liquidity profile of their financial assets and liabilities and details of other projected cash flows arising from projected future business. The ALM/Treasury Department then provides for an adequate portfolio of short-term liquid assets to be maintained, largely made up of short-term liquid trading securities, loans to banks and other inter-bank facilities, to ensure that sufficient liquidity is maintained within the Bank as a whole.
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aktyvų ir pasyvų valdymas (Asset/Liability management
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