Payments Systems Disruptions Financial Glossary

What is it? A type of systemic liquidity risk. The risk of funding problems arising from the failure to receive funds due to the bank. A payments system disruption need not result from an operational or computer failure. If one party fails to make a required funds transfer, that failure can trigger more defaults down the line.

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