1) When we issue a securitiy to raise funding, between Trade date and Value date (ie: 2 days period) we expect money to be received from the counterparty for the security purchase. Can it be considered as an inflow in the LCR, as cash will be recived in 2 days?
2) When we make a money market borrowing, between Trade date and Value date (ie: 3 days period) we expect money to be received from the counterparty for the deposit. Can it be considered as an inflow in the LCR, as cash will be recived in 3 days?
If we are allowed to apply this approach, shall we apply the same approach for money market loans before settlement date (outflows as cash will be delivered to counterparty).
To raise funding, the institution issues securities and deals money market borrowing. This question intends to clarify the methodology to apply for deals which are already contractually traded but not yet settled: What to do between trade date and value date.
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