Asset & Liability Management Manual
The reassessment of risk in these turbulent times has elevated the issues of safety of principal and liquidity as priorities over issues of return. The primary operating objective for ALM is to maximize both profitability and capital, and always have enough cash available (liquidity) to meet current needs, without exposing the bottom line to the risk of substantial losses.
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Products to Consider
Practices and Procedures for Financial Institution Risk Management
This handbook covers the most critical areas on which regulators focus in examinations, including more than 100 examples of specific risks, drawn from each of the major risk areas, and includes suggested remedies.
Recorded - Building Accurate Asset Liability Model Assumptions
This session will tackle the task of building and maintaining accurate assumptions that can easily be defended in exams.
Risk Assessments for Financial Institutions
This manual provides the risk assessment tools you need to make sure your institution is protected. This practical guide to risk assessments consists of checklists, workpapers, graphics, and charts to identify risks based on specific rating systems in the following areas: BSA/AML/OFAC, Information Security, Information Technology, Business Continuity, Electronic Banking, Compliance, Audit, Lending, Finance and Accounting, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Deposits.