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Banking ALM outlook 2024

The US regional bank crisis and collapse of Credit Suisse brought asset-liability management (ALM) practices sharply into focus in 2023, with higher interest rates, patchy liquidity and deteriorating credit contributing to a complex set of challenges for banks in the current environment. 

In this video, Andrew Aziz, chief strategy officer and head of product at SS&C Algorithmics, discusses the key learnings to emerge from the past 12 months, the gaps that exist in banks’ ALM frameworks and the steps required to ensure a more robust approach to ALM in 2024.

01:05 – Key ALM developments and learnings this year

03:10 – ALM factors and risks to look out for in 2024

04:47 – Closing the gaps in ALM frameworks

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