FI Limits

These are a company’s financial institution counterparty limits which are set based on its approved FI process and policy and the overall exposure that the company is willing to accept for any given counterparty. The process generally depends on the FI’s credit rating; an analysis of its financial health and strength primarily by measuring certain financial, NPL, liquidity etc ratios; and the FI’s profiles such as its history, nature of business, types of business, product offerings, branch network and compliance with know-your-customer (KYC) procedures.


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