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ALM, Bank Capital, and Liquidity - Mastering Regulatory ChallengesACF Consultants USA
ALM, Bank Capital, and Liquidity - Mastering Regulatory Challenges
An intensive and practical three-day course for bankers designed to ensure delegates gain a competitive edge by mastering the complexities of banking in a challenging regulatory environment.
Using ACF's sophisticated Global Banker simulation, delegates gain practical experience of developing effective strategies for improving profitability while managing risk and regulatory compliance.
Delegates get a compelling overview of total bank operations and develop an understanding of how commercial banking dynamics, risk, derivatives, asset and liability management, and other key issues fit together.
Who should attend?
- Anyone involved in ALM and the work of the ALCO
- Treasury, finance, and accounting personnel
- Risk managers
- Credit and corporate finance officers
- Audit and compliance officers
- Operations, systems, it and support
- Country, regional, and senior managers
- High-flyers on accelerated development programs
- Regulators and government personnel involved in overseeing financial institutions
The course covers the following areas:
Overview of Bank Financial Management
- Balance sheet structures
- On- and off-balance sheet accounts Interest rate risk measures
- Regulatory ratios
- Capital adequacy
- ALM concepts
- Integrating total bank operations – credit, finance, trading, treasury and risk management
Hot Topic: The importance of credit risk, liquidity, and capital in today’s environment.
- Identifying banking risks Credit risk
- Exposure from traditional lending
- Exposure through credit derivatives like CDS and CDO Liquidity risk
- Analysing the need for liquidity
- Providing liquidity – asset-based and liability-based alternatives Interest-rate risk
- Maturity mismatch
- Gap risk
- Yield-curve risk
- Currency risk
- Duration risk
- Operational risk
- Quantifying risk exposures
- Controlling risk through pro-active risk management
- Hedging techniques using derivatives Integrating and combining risks
- The Value-at-Risk (VaR) approach Topical issues:
• Measuring risk under crisis conditions
• Combining credit risk and market risk
Hot Topic: Measuring risk in a stressed environment – beyond the VaR approach.
- Measuring profitability
- RoE Risk-adjusted returns
- Capital-adjusted returns
- Risk-return trade-off
- Impact of capital and liquidity requirements on bank profitability
- Cost of implementing hedging programs
Hot Topic: Returning to and maintaining profitability.
- Credit risk and its impact
- Risk assessment
- Establishing acceptable levels of risk-adjusted return
- Using credit derivatives to manage credit risk exposure
- Achieving the right lending mix
- Retail vs. corporate
- Syndicated loans
- Floating-rate vs. fixed-rate
- Pricing Marketing
Hot Topic: The importance of credit risk management in today’s environment.
Liquidity, Financing Policy, and Basel III
- Retail vs. money-market funding
- Over-dependence on the money-markets – the problem
- Liquidity risk from market funding
- Competing for retail deposits
- Minimising costs of money market funding
- Basel III and the new liquidity ratios
• Liquidity Coverage Ratio
• Net Stable Funding Ratio
Hot Topic: How much will the new Basel III liquidity rules affect my bank?
- Using money-market instruments – bills, CDs, commercial paper and bonds
- Using derivative instruments – futures, options, FRAs and swaps
- Controlling risk
- Managing cash flows and liquidity Investment management
Hot Topic: Investing in liquid assets when Treasury rates are zero.
- Raising capital
- Debt vs. equity vs. hybrid instruments
- Floating-rate vs. fixed-rate debt
- Callable bonds
- Convertibles, equities
- Measuring the cost of capital
- Capital allocation
- Securitisation of assets
Hot Topic: Raising capital – what is the best choice?
Capital for Credit, Market, and Operational Risk – Basel I through Basel III
- Basel I
- Tier One, Tier Two, and RWA
- Basel II Pillars I, II, and III
- Menu of approaches
- Standardised vs. Internal Ratings Based (IRB) approaches
- Foundation vs. Advanced IRB approaches
- Using internal credit models
- Allowance for credit risk mitigation
- Use of credit derivatives
- Operational Risk
- Basel III
- The new capital and leverage ratios
- The Capital Conservation Buffer
- The Countercyclical Buffer
- The Market Risk Amendment
- Using internal market risk models
- The multiplier: yellow and red cards
Hot Topic: How will Basel III affect my bank?
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