inward arbitrage

Definition

A form of simultaneous cash arrangement by a bank from different markets. It borrows cash from the interbank market and the same cash is then deposited locally at a higher interest rate. The goal is to ultimately make a riskless profit on the extra cash earned from the interest rates.
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involuntary trust inward investment