The Macquarie Bank Limited (MBL) liquidity policy outlines the liquidity requirements for the Banking Group.
The key requirement of the policy is that MBL is able to meet all of its liquidity obligations on a daily basis and during a period of liquidity stress: a 12 month period of constrained access to funding markets and with only a limited impact on franchise businesses.
MBL is mainly funded by capital, term liabilities and deposits.
The key tools used for accessing wholesale debt funding markets for MBL, which primarily funds the Banking Group, are as follows:
MBL Group accesses the Australian capital markets through the issuance of negotiable certificates of deposits.
For an overview of MBL and funding contacts refer to Macquarie Bank Limited - At a glance.
For more information about MBL's wholesale funding programs as well as program documentation read MBL debt programs.
For MBL's latest funding profile and more information on MBL's funding and liquidity requirements read the latest Management Discussion and Analysis.