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This booklet provides guidance to examiners and bankers on assessing the quantity of liquidity risk exposure and the quality of liquidity risk management. The sophistication of a bank's liquidity management process depends on its business activities and appetite for risk, as well as the overall level of liquidity risk. A well-managed bank, regardless of size and complexity, must be able to identify, measure, monitor, and control its exposure to liquidity risk in a timely and comprehensive manner. Liquidity core procedures can be found in the Community Bank Supervision Handbook (January 2010) and in Examiner View . This handbook provides examiners with supplemental procedures for further analyzing the quantity and quality of liquidity risk.