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Asset and Liability Management (ALM) - An Introduction

This course is an introduction to the increasingly complex world of asset and liability management (ALM). ALM is the process of controlling some of the many risks faced by financial institutions, particularly commercial banks. As such, the performance of the ALM function is fundamental to a bank's ability to thrive in different economic environments. A well-run ALM operation improves the reputation of an organization and should identify profitable opportunities with a balanced division of risk and reward. This course looks at the risks that need to be monitored by the ALM function and how the function is set up.

  • OBJECTIVES

    On completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Explain which particular risks, faced by financial institutions, are monitored and managed by ALM units

    Describe broadly how these risks change with different instruments and how they are identified

    Outline the common foundations of ALM management

  • COURSE OUTLINE

    Topic 1: Risk Factories

    Different Businesses

    Different Risks

    ALM & Risk

    Topic 2: ALM Scope

    Risk Measurement

    Sources of Interest Rate Risk

    Sources of Liquidity Risk

    Gap Reporting

    Topic 3: ALM Organization

    ALM Objectives

    Risk Management With Derivatives

    ALM & Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP)

    Asset-Liability Management

  • PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE

  • ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME

    90 Minutes

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