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Consider the following balance sheet of Gamma Bank.
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Liabilities
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Amount Duration Duration in years
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Fixed rate mortgage loans
1,600
deposits ( variable rates)
2,000
1.3
Variable rate mortgage
loans
1,400
8.1
Saving accounts deposits
3,500
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5,000
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Variable rate CDs
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Buildings and equipment
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a) Using basic gap analysis, calculate the change in Gamma Bank's net interest
income if interest rates are forecast to increase by 0.5%, from 3% to 3.5%.
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Make the following assumptions on the runoff of cash flows:
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o fixed-rate mortgages repaid during the year: 10%
o proportion of savings deposits and variable-rate CD that are rate-sensitive:
20 %.
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b) Calculate the duration gap for Gamma Bank and the impact (in Dollars) on the
Policy, Terms of Use, and Honor Code.
networth of the bank if rates move up from 3% to 3.5%
c) Explain how Gamma Bank could decrease its duration gap.
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