The U.S. banking agencies have issued a final rule to implement the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) in the United States. The LCR requires large banking organizations to maintain a minimum amount of liquid assets to withstand a 30-day standardized stress scenario. The U.S. LCR final rule is more stringent than the Basel Committee’s LCR framework in several significant respects. In addition, the final rule makes a number of key changes to the proposed rule.

Davis Polk’s visual memorandum uses diagrams, flowcharts, timelines, examples and comparison tables to illustrate key aspects of the U.S. LCR final rule.

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