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Definition Of

Rate Sensitive Liabilities (RSLs)

RSL or rate sensitive liabilities are those liabilities (any short term deposits that a bank pays a variable interest rate to the customer) whose value (Present value/PV or Future Value/FV) changes with the change in market interest rate.

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