This three-day workshop aims to explain treasury asset and liability management techniques and provide an introductory overview of modern bank treasury operations.
While the nature and scope of treasury activities may be different from one banking organisation to the other, they all hinge upon treasury´s inheritance of the company´s financial balance sheet (and often off-balance sheet positions) – which it safeguards for liquidity and interest/currency exchange risks.
The case studies are derived from experiences in treasury operations of large, multi-national money centre banks. The customer groups encompass retail and institutional borrowers such as mortgage holders as well as depositors.
This course will analyse how a modern treasury performs its responsibilities ranging from liquidity and liability funding to managing the firm´s banking book(s) – termed as “asset liability management” in industry jargon.
Who is this course for?
Accounting & Finance Managers
Asset Liability Managers
Risk Managers & Risk controllers
Auditors & Bank Regulators