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It would seem at first that the depository institution has locked in a spread of 2% (5% minus 7%). This spread can be counted on only for the first year, though, because the spread in future years will depend on the interest rate this depository institution will have to pay depositors in order to raise $100 million after the one-year time deposit matures. If interest rates decline, the spread will increase because the depository institution has locked 42 Depository Institutions: Activities and Characteristics in the 7% rate.
Within the category of market directional hedge funds there are hedge funds that pursue the following strategies: equity long/short strategies, equity market timing, and short selling. Corporate Restructuring Hedge Funds. A corporate restructuring hedge fund is one in which the asset manager positions the portfolio to capitalize on the anticipated impact of a significant corporate event. These events include a merger, acquisition, or bankruptcy. Hedge funds that fall into this category fall into three groups.
3. Why a financial institution must be prepared to have sufficient cash to satisfy liabilities. | CONCERNS OF REGULATORS Here, we will provide a brief discussion of the risks that regulators have regarding financial institutions. These risks can be classified into the following sources of risk: • • • • • • credit risk settlement risk market risk liquidity risk operational risk legal risk 29 Financial Institutions, Financial Intermediaries, and Asset Management Firms Credit risk is a broadly used term to describe several types of risk.