What are Funding Volatility Ratio and Market Liability Ratio?

In banking parlance, volatile liabilities are ‘hot’ or ‘unstable’ funds that can disappear from bank’s balance sheet overnight. Demand deposits are best examples of volatile liabilities which can move out of the bank overnight. Thus, funding volatility ratio (FVR) is calculated by proportion of liquid assets to CASA deposits i.e. FVR=Liquid assets÷ CASA deposits. In…

What are turnover ratios?

The turnover ratios or inter-statement ratios represent the quantity of any assets or liabilities used by a business entity to generate revenue through sales. The concept of turnover ratio is useful in determining the efficiency with which a business utilizes its assets. The following ratios are called Turnover Ratios or inter-Statement Ratios. Debtors’ velocity ratio…