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Liquidity risk : the case of Morocco

[ Risque de liquidité : cas du Maroc ]

Volume 10, Issue 1, January 2015, Pages 325–335

 Liquidity risk : the case of Morocco

Aouatif Mouhtadi1

1 Department of Economics and Management, Center of Doctoral Studies, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University Mohammed V-Souissi, Rabat, Morocco

Original language: French

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Last subprime financial crisis of 2007 did return to the stage the issue of banking risks, particularly liquidity risk. This risk must be currently managed by more sophisticated methods and more attention. The main objective of this research is to analyze the liquidity of Moroccan banking sector, because, ultimately, all the proposed routes are articulated around it. Thus, monetary policy tends to naturally control the increase in the volume of money available to agents nonbank sector to make it compatible with the rate of change in the overall supply of goods and services. This article is based on a retrospective analysis provides some answers of the various underlying causes of bank liquidity in Morocco.

Author Keywords: Morocco, Banking Liquidity, Money market, crisis of liquidity, Bale III.

Abstract: (french)

La dernière crise financière des subprimes de 2007 a fait retourner à la scène la question des risques bancaires, plus particulièrement le risque de liquidité. Ce risque doit être géré actuellement par des méthodes plus sophistiquées et avec plus d'attention. L'objectif principal de cette recherche est l'analyse de la liquidité du secteur bancaire marocain, parce que, finalement, tous les itinéraires proposés sont articulés autour d'elle. Ainsi, la politique monétaire a tendance à contrôler naturellement l'augmentation du volume de la monnaie mis à la disposition des agents de secteur non bancaires pour le rendre compatible avec le taux de variation de l'offre globale de biens et de services. Cet article fondé sur une analyse rétrospective fournit des éléments de réponses des diverses causes sous-jacentes de la sous liquidité bancaire au Maroc.

Author Keywords: Maroc, Liquidité Bancaire, Marché monétaire, crise de liquidité, Bale III.

How to Cite this Article

Aouatif Mouhtadi, “Liquidity risk : the case of Morocco,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 325–335, January 2015.