ACI Dealing Certificate (#214)

Which statement about modern matched-maturity transfer pricing in banks is correct?

It is now a widely accepted standard that banks should use a single representative transfer price across the entire maturity spectrum.
Modern matched-maturity pricing systems include an additional liquidity surcharge that is specifically applied to more liquid short maturities.
Matched-maturity transfer prices should represent a weighted average cost of capital that incorporates the cost of equity into the cost of borrowed funds.
Modern matched-maturity systems differentiate transfer prices by the maturity of the commitment and also apply a marginal funding cost perspective.