A 4-day course teaching you the strategic, technical, and operational aspects of ALM, including:
- Using EAR and EVE to measure IRR.
- Measuring liquidity cash flow coverage and survival horizons.
- Managing interest rate risk.
- Managing liquidity risk.
- Best practice risk reporting.
- Contingency planning.
Who should attend
- Interest rate risk managers.
- Liquidity risk managers.
- ALM managers.
- Risk managers.
- Balance sheet managers.
- Chief risk officers.
- ALCO members.
- Bank examiners.
The case studies will give you real life examples of the theories covered in the lectures, giving you a greater understanding of the course topics. The same sample bank is used for most risk measurement, reporting and hedging examples to enhance examples and comparisons.
All delegates will receive comprehensive course documentation for use before and during the programme. This will enable you to return to your organisation with an extensive and valuable source of information for future reference.
The course is designed to combine theory and global best practice. The course will explore its issues and its challenges for both bankers and regulators. The course will emphasise practical advantages and disadvantages of risk measurement and management tools and techniques. Samples of best practices risk reports will be provided. Course knowledge will be reinforced through a workshop and a course review. Basic knowledge in risk management, control and statistics is required. Active participation of the class is necessary to benefit from the full value of this programme.
|Nairobi Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
||Sep 01 - 04 Sep, 2014
The course director is an author, and bank trainer specialising in risk management and ALM for financial institutions. Previously, he spent five years as a bank examiner and fifteen years in various bank management positions