Liquidity risk is one of the main drivers of the 2008 global financial crisis. This course will give an overview of the challenges of managing liquidity risk as well as recommendations to address this important risk and how we an organization help to manage and reduce it, during normal times and with the challenges of COVID-19. This course is designed to cover the liquidity management lessons learned from the past crisis and how we can avoid making the same mistakes. It uses a structured approach to assess liquidity risk management, asset and liability management, and funding strategy.
Understand how banks forecast, control and stress-test their liquidity sources and uses (on and off balance sheet) and build a contingency funding plan to address stress cash outflows, including how they are managing the challenges of cash flow to the COVID-19 crisis. Participants will also learn how to identify banks with weak liquidity and contingency planning within the context of the bank’s role within the financial system and develop knowledge of regulations and supervisory guidance on the management of bank liquidity
Who Should Attend
This programme is suitable for Officers or Senior officers who wish to have a quick and solid foundation in the area of data protection and privacy laws. These include professionals from Data Privacy, IT, Risk Management and Compliance departments.
Who Should Attend
This programme is suitable for anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of Fund Regulation and Reporting, including Compliance Officers and anyone working at Depositaries, Fund Administrators, and Asset Managers involved in Regulatory Reporting. It is also targeted anyone who is responsible for managing liquidity risk.
|20 July 2022 (Day 1)||
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
& 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
|21 JuLY 2022 (Day 2)|
|Normal Price||$1000 (20% SBS)||$1,250.00|