Liquidity risk managementView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
Understand the approaches to modelling and calibration
Explore liquidity transfer pricing and indirect liquidity cost
Learn strategies to implement and improve liquidity stress-testing
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About the course
This virtual learning experience will provide participants with strategies for building a robust liquidity framework by exploring the basics of liquidity, including LCR, NSFR and governance, while addressing funding and preparing for future events.
Participants will gain an in-depth understanding on liquidity stress-testing through the exploration of procedural best practices and the quantification of stress-testing variables.
Expert tutors will provide insight on current regulatory expectations, including Basel IV, and equip participants with the tools to successfully monitor and manage liquidity risks while adhering to changes in regulations. Through discussion and Q&A, participants will enhance their overall knowledge of liquidity risk management and all of its different aspects.
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Establish a robust liquidity risk management framework
Quantify stress-test variables
Align with Basel IV’s features
Identify stress event triggers and appropriate responses
Transfer liquidity costs and benefits from business units to a centralised pool
Evaluate liquidity coverage ratios (LCRs) and net stable funding ratios (NSFRs) within liquidity frameworks
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include, but are not limited to:
Asset-liability management (ALM)
Funds transfer pricing (FTP)
Balance sheet management
Liquidity risk management for US financial institutions
September 26–28, 2023
Live online. Timezones: Americas
Recent events and the current financial climate has made regulators become more diligent about maintaining proper funding and liquidity, directly impacting how US based financial institutions function.
This course will focus on liquidity requirements and frameworks for US based financial institutions while learning from and making comparisons with banks abroad. Sessions will address challenges faced by global banks located in the US and regional banks and the associated differing requirements.
There will be an emphasis on the exploration and understanding of liquidity stress-testing and the related regulations, being that US requirements are stricter than other regions. Discussions of changes and case studies will provide participants with tools to improve their understanding of building a strong liquidity risk framework.
Liquidity risk framework
The liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and net stable funding ratio (NSFR)
Implications of Basel IV
Liquidity transfer pricing (LTP)
Funding and preparing for future events
Judah Kaplan, Director-independent liquidity risk, BNY Mellon
Shahab Khan, Head of liquidity policy, HSBC
Alexander Daminoff, Managing director, Citi
Beata Lubinska Risk Learning Faculty
Beata’s background is strongly focused on Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (“IRRBB”), Balance Sheet Management, Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) and behavioural modelling for banks asset liability management purposes. She has spent most of her career managing IRRBB and FTP for a number of financial institutions.
Currently she leads Treasury department at Allica Bank in London. In her previous position she was a Head of the Market and Liquidity Risk Department in MeDirect Group in London with the main focus on IRRBB, Market Risk and Balance Sheet Management. Beata is also a member of the BTRM Faculty founded by Professor Moorad Choudhry in London.
Beata holds a PhD in Finance from Wroclaw University of Economics. Her research publications have enjoyed strong reviews by academics and industry practitioners.
Beata is an author of the book “Asset Liability Management Optimization – A practitioner’s guide to balance sheet management and remodelling” published by Wiley & Sons Ltd in London and “Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book: A best Practice Guide to management and hedging”.
In addition, Beata is actively providing trainings for professionals from the banking industry in Latvia, Poland, UK and in the US.
Her main areas of specialization include: Funds Transfer Pricing, Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book, Asset Liability Management and Balance Sheet management through FTP and optimization.
AP), regulatory engagement as well as running training programs for new joiners to the treasury teams
This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.
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