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One of the key issues the book discusses is Funding the Bank. Banks pledge collateral against borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks, borrowings from Federal Home Loan Banks, public deposits (such as Treasury tax and loan accounts), and securities sold under agreement to repurchase (RPs). The qualifying collateral is determined by the entity that makes the deposit or loans the funds. Generally, high quality securities are required by the Fed and public entities such as state and local governments. The Federal Home Loan Banks require real estate related assets as collateral including qualifying real estate loans and mortgage-backed securities. Repos are secured by the securities a bank owns. When assets are pledged as collateral, they cannot be sold and are thus illiquid.
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