zero-gap condition


The point at which the interest rate risk of a bank is at its lowest based on the optimum balance of assets and liabilities in relation to their maturities. An interest rate sensitivity gap measure is used to compare all assets and liabilities within each maturity classification and determine the amount of potential interest rate risk for the total portfolio.
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zero-floor limit zero-investment portfolio