Managing Liquidity Risk in Financial Institutions offers a deep introspective into the financial services industry’s best practices on safeguarding financial firms’ liquidity positions. It addresses the means and processes for measuring funding liquidity and market liquidity risks, and encompasses the links to other traditional risk classes such as credit, market, and operational risks. Many cases will be discussed with a particular earmark on the way institutions weathered the liquidity crisis of 2007–2008. Some best-in-class vs. worst-in-class examples will be addressed, and the instructor will moderate targeted discussions on the lessons drawn from the recent industry-wide crisis.
Who will benefit?
Mid-level managers in banking and regulatory agencies/auditing firms, banking and insurance/reinsurance treasury professionals, risk managers and risk controllers, auditors (internal and external), fixed income (cash and derivatives) traders, IT professionals specialized on treasury systems, and executives who are members of ALCOs (asset/liability committees) will benefit from attending< this seminar.
- Learn how to measure funding liquidity and market liquidity risks.
- Understand the relationships among various types of risk.
- Recognize the sources of liquidity.
- Learn about liquidity risk controls.
- Discuss lessons learned from pre- and post crisis cases.
This advanced-level seminar assumes that participants are familiar with a bank´s treasury operations and fundamental market instruments such as swaps, swaptions, FRAs, interest rate futures contracts, and FX derivatives.
.Available Seats:   25
Continuing Education Credits:
RMA-CRC CEUs:  16.0
161 Bay St 7th Fl
Toronto, ON  M5J 2S8
|Associate member price||$1,499.00|
|Professional member price||$1,599.00|
|Nonassociate at member institutions price||$1,599.00|