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Strengthening Asset-Liability Management: Lessons from Bank Failures

Thursday, May 30, 2024 11:00 AM

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The importance of effective Asset Liability Management (ALM) was highlighted in the wake of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse. Many banks are now questioning their operating resilience during periods of macroeconomic instability. 

Implementing a comprehensive asset and liability management (ALM) strategy that effectively addresses asset-liability mismatches, interest rate risk, liquidity exposures, and concentration risk is critical. 

Please join us for a deep dive into ALM with our expert panel who will share:

  • Understanding your balance sheet as it is today and as it evolves into the future.
  • Measuring and understanding the impact of credit risk on customer deposits, put options, deposit concentration and granular cash flows.
  • A comprehensive overview of the impact of credit risk on ALM and why it matters.
  • Understanding market structure and how it impacts ALM practices and strategies.

The discussion will provide valuable insights for banking professionals, risk managers, financial analysts, individual and institutional investors, or anyone else interested in understanding the intersection of banking risk and financial risk management. 

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Donald van Deventer

Donald van Deventer
Managing Director, Risk Research and Quantitative Solutions, SAS

Sid Dash, FRM, ERP

Sid Dash, FRM, ERP
Research Director, Chartis

Bryan Feierstein

Bryan Feierstein
SVP, GARP Benchmarking Initiative

Martim Rocha

Martim Rocha
Director, Global Head of Risk Banking Solutions, SAS

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