Volatile global markets, proliferation of new financial products and changing regulatory environments have made Asset Liability Management (ALM) a critical function for banks and financial institutions today. It is therefore becoming increasingly important to define, measure, monitor and manage an institutions exposure to Foreign Exchange, Interest Rate and Liquidity Risks on a coordinated and consistent basis.
- Use ALM to meet regulatory/solvency/liquidity requirements
- Control and diversify risk
- Reduce mismatches
- Establish strategic directions
- Add value creation, Risk-adjusted Return on Capital (RAROC) and Capital Allocation
Topics covered include:
- The various types of strategies in ALM process
- The difference between the various strategies that can be used on the basis of parameters such as speed, flexibility, costs and risk involved
Who is this course for?
Every professional involved in the global financial services industry (as a provider, user, regulator or advisor of product/services, marketplace/exchange) would benefit from KESDEE’s innovative solutions.
- Supervisory Agencies
- Central Banks
- Financial Institutions
- Commercial Banks
- Investment Banks
- Housing Societies/Thrifts
- Mutual Funds
- Brokerage Houses
- Stock Exchanges
- Derivatives Exchanges
- Insurance Companies
- Multinational Corporations
- Accountancy Firms
- Consultancy Firms
- Law Firms
- Rating Agencies
- Multi-lateral Financial Institutions
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