The course is designed to familiarize the participants with the current regulatory issues in liquidity risk, including Liquidity Risk Management, Asset-Liability Management, Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP) and the Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP) for ILAAP. This workshop will provide an understanding of liquidity risk management practices and the application of the new ILAAP framework.
Who Should Attend ?
- Head of Liquidity Risk
- Head of Treasury/Balance Sheet Management
- Asset-Liability Management
- Head of Market Risk
- Head of Finance, Business Heads
- Risk Management Professionals
- Head of compliance/Regulation
- Program Directors/Project Managers for ILAAP
- many more
- Overview for better understanding of the Liquidity Risk landscape
- Fundamentals of Balance Sheet Asset-Liability Management (ALM)
- Implementing and understanding ILAAP requirements and reporting
- LCR (Liquidity Coverage Ratios) requirements
- NSFR (Net Stable Funding Ratios) requirements
- Ensuring an understanding of LCR and NSFR
- Intra-day Liquidity requirements and operationalising in practice
The trainer is a full-time Risk Management Consultant who currently resides in London UK and who periodically takes time out to teach Risk Management courses world-wide, including Liquidity Risk, Asset-Liability Management and Treasury Risk Management.
His courses centers not just textbook learning alone, but on the practical and the important elements that are essential to achieve success. Originally from North America, Mark has worked extensively in Toronto & New York & other major financial centres around the globe.
He has worked in financial services organisations of all types and sizes and, including small and large.
He has led major Risk-related transformation programmes using his subject matter expertise for Institution-wide Risk Management and corporate governance initiatives.
He is an experienced Subject-matter Programme Director with a successful track record in implementing regulatory initiatives to establish industry-leading standards in Risk and Governance. He is most often accountable for programme reporting to the Board and Executive Management. He has led programmes and projects involving multidisciplinary teams across different geographies involving various regulatory authorities.