Treasury risk management

7 February 2019, London

The objective of this course is to provide participants with an overview of the financial and balance sheet risks a building society faces as a consequence of being a mortgage lender and how these risks are managed by the treasury function.

We will consider key risks such as liquidity risk, credit risk, market risk and interest rate risk within the new regulatory framework, and examine the role of board governance and the relevant committees, focusing on the Asset and Liabilities Committee. Additionally, we will discuss 'best in class' management information and how to read and understand key reports.

The course will help those with some treasury experience, who need to improve their grasp of treasury risk – including NEDs and senior management, as well as recent starters in treasury, and other staff who need to upskill in treasury. The course may be particularly useful for staff with some “second line” responsibility over treasury or balance sheet management who need to refresh, update and extend their technical knowledge. 

Content:

- Identifying financial risks
- Measuring and managing liquidity risk
- Measuring and managing credit risk
- Measuring and monitoring operational risk
- ALCO monitoring
- Measuring and monitoring financial risk
- Financial risk management in the real world

Dean is an excellent speaker, covering a number of complicated topics. Overall presentation was excellent and Dean’s ability to use working examples helped a great deal.

Clearly a very experienced practitioner who could also communicate in a straightforward way.  

(Delegate feedback from our June and October 2018 courses)

Venue: 
BSA, 23 Kingsway, London WC2

Cost:
Members/Associates: £490 per delegate (VAT exempt)
Non-members: £590 per delegate (VAT exempt)
The cost includes course documentation, lunch and refreshments

Register:
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Thursday, 7 February 2019

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