interbank loan


A loan between banking institutions, with terms ranging from overnight to one week. Interbank loans are facilitated to cover liquidity requirements set by a regulatory agency. In instances where a bank has a shortage of liquid assets, it borrows from other banks whose liquid assets are in excess than that required.
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