Assets and liability management (ALM) is a critical function in banking that involves managing the bank's balance sheet and ensuring that the bank
has sufficient liquidity and capital to meet its obligations. The course covers the principles of ALM, including interest rate risk management,
liquidity risk management, and capital adequacy management. It also covers the use of financial instruments such as derivatives to manage
balance sheet risks. The course will also provide an overview of the regulatory framework for ALM and the role of ALM in the banking industry.
21 Hours – (3 Days)
- Introduction to asset and liability management
- Interest rate risk management
- Liquidity risk management
- Capital adequacy management.
- Financial instruments for balance sheet management
- Regulatory framework for asset and liability management
- Role of asset and liability management in the banking industry
- Case studies and practical applications