NASCUS Hosting Asset Liability Management Training for Regulators
May 1, 2012 - In conjunction with NASCUS, the Ohio Department of Financial Institutions is holding an examiner training on asset liability and management (ALM) issues June 5-7, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. This regulators-only event is open to other state examiners from state agencies.
This two-and-half-day forum will provide attendees with an in-depth look at ALM with faculty from C. Myers Corporation. Some of the topics include:
• What are the threats to the financial services industry that we can no longer ignore?
• What opportunities and risks can we miss by using NEV, traditional income simulation, long-term net worth at risk simulations and rate shocks?
• What are the dangers of using offering rates in NEV analysis?
• What is the difference between NEV and the 17-4 test?
• What are potential consequences of implementing concentration risk limits into policy?
The school will also include an interactive workshop allowing attendees to work “hands on” through case studies evaluating and analyzing an institution’s interest rate risk. This school is for regulators and examiners only. The cost for the school is $699 before May 25, 2012. For more information please contact Isaida Woo at email@example.com or view this link. Scholarships for state examiners are available from NISCUE. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.