PIB 9.2A.6 Guidance
1. The CFP should provide a framework with a high degree of flexibility so that an
Authorised Firm can respond quickly in a variety of situations.
2. The CFP's design, plans and procedures should be closely integrated with the
Authorised Firm's ongoing analysis of Liquidity Risk and with the results of the scenarios and assumptions used in stress tests.
3. The CFP should assist the
Authorised Firm to manage a range of scenarios of severe liquidity stress that include both firm-specific and more generalised market-wide stress, as well as the potential interaction between them.
4. The CFP should, for each of the tested scenarios, demonstrate that the
Authorised Firm has sufficient liquid financial resources to meet its liabilities over a range of different time periods, including intraday.
[Added] DFSA RM148/2014 (Made 1st January 2015). [VER23/01-15]