Asset and Liability Management (ALM)
Post the global financial crisis, the role of the Treasury within a bank is more challenging than ever. The regulation that followed the crisis, in particular Basel III, has meant that optimisation of assets and liabilities is vital in mitigating the ‘hit’ on Return on Equity that the regulation represents.
This intensive 4-day asset and liability management workshop looks to explain the fundamental role of the ALM function and moreover via real life case studies and excel based simulations explain how the function looks to optimise balance sheet performance via the more selective deployment of balance sheet resources. In addition it will explore the fluid regulatory landscape in which ALM is functioning and outline what the industry considers as best practice in terms of dealing with the challenges that landscape presents.
Hence by attending the day workshop, Participants will be better equipped to work in or with the ALM function and support the optimisation of the balance sheet they are tasked to achieve.
Upcoming start dates
21 August, 2023
18 December, 2023
Who should attend?
Who should attend?
- Group Treasurers
- Chief Risk Officers
- Accounting and Finance Managers
- Asset Managers
- Liquidity Managers
- Risk Managers and Risk Controllers
- Risk Officers
- Auditors and Bank Regulators
- Linking Asset and Liability Optimisation to Return on Equity
- Linking Accounting and Prudential Regulation – Overview of IFRS9
- Gap Analysis and Behavioural Analysis of the Balance Sheet
- Non-Traded Market Risk – Managing IRRBB
- Pillar I Liquidity Adequacy - Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR)
- Pillar I Funding Adequacy - Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR)
- Going beyond Pillar I – Internal Metrics and the role of the ILAAP
- Optimising Wholesale Funding
- Optimising Deposits Portfolios
- Defining and Deriving the FTP Curve
- Operating & Pricing with FTP
- Looking ahead
Course fee: £4495 + VAT
Certification / Credits
- Describe the role of the ALM function within a bank
- Articulate the causes and consequences of the global financial crisis, the motivation for the regulation that has came in the wake of it and the impact it has had on the ALM function
- Explain the impact of the regulation on bank’s balance sheet in particular the resources of capital and liquidity
- Understand the role of the ALM function in optimising the balance sheet via either capital preservation or margin maximisation achieved by a more selective approach to assets issued and funding raised
- Appreciate what future challenges lie ahead for the ALM function in particular from the potential introduction of Basel IV
- Identify ways in which the wider business can support the ALM function in dealing with these challenges via, for example, communication and alignment of business incentivisation
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