Beginners will be required to complete pre-course reading and an assessment.
3, 4, or 5 days
The workshop addresses the role of ALM as a vital function for value creation, bank profitability and, above all, sound risk management.
The programme is designed around the use of a world-class ALM simulator in order for delegates to understand the practical impact of a variety of strategies on the balance sheet and income statement of a full service bank. Practical sessions are interspersed by short theoretical and conceptual presentations, and extensive use is made of real-life case studies.
The simulation can be tailored to reflect the current economic situation in a specific country, and the level of complexity can also be adjusted to address the specific learning needs of the delegates.
- Understand Asset Liability Management (ALM) concepts and techniques
- Recognise how these concepts affect day-to-day decision-making in a bank
- Identify and analyse a bank’s exposure to the key sources of risk – liquidity, market, credit, and operational
- Conform to internal and external capital requirements, and other regulations
- Design strategies to control risk within acceptable limits
- Acquire an overview of how performance is measured and value created in a full-service bank
- Function more effectively, directly or indirectly, as part of the ALM process in the bank