The financial crisis showed that not nearly enough attention had been paid to liquidity risk management by either banks or supervisors. Extensive regulation has been proposed in response, but what will this mean for the financial sector? A group of liquidity risk vendors gathered in London in June to discuss some of the implications
This forum addresses the pressing issues facing liquidity risk management today. Featuring highly during the forum are the implications of local and global regulation on financial institutions and how to integrate liquidity risk management into an enterprise wide framework. Our panel addresses the cost implications of doing so and also looks at structural changes that would need to be made in order to avoid repeating the crisis of 2008.
-- Global recommendations for liquidity risk management - an overview
-- Assessing the different attitude of global regulators and their assessment of liquidity risk management
-- The implications of a non-uniform global standard to liquidity risk management
-- Overview of the techniques for measuring liquidity risk pre-crisis
-- Updates to the technique
-- Practical changes that financial institutions need to make in order to integrate liquidity risk into their overall risk framework
-- Possible cost implications for technological updates for organizational restructuring due to the updates
-- Balancing prudence with financial risk and maintaining a competitive edge
-- How do intra-day operations impact on the longer term ALM issues discussed at Alco?
Moderator: Nick Sawyer, editor, Risk
Phil Cantor, senior product manager, cash and liquidity management, SmartStream
Kris Dabrowski, senior systems consultant, Sybase
Alexander Dorfmann, head of product management, Thomson Reuters
Nicolas Kunghehian, associate director – product manager, ALM solutions, Moody’s Analytics
Suhas Nayak, senior product manager, liquidity management, Calypso Technology
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