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18th Annual Liquidity Management

Optimise liquidity metrics such as LCR, NSFR and intraday liquidity to balance regulations alongside commercial demands at group and entity level

13-15 March 2019
London, United Kingdom

Why You Should Attend

18th Annual Liquidity Management

This marcus evans conference will look optimising liquidity metrics (LCR, NSFR and intraday liquidity) to balance regulations alongside commercial demands at group and entity level.

Since the financial crisis liquidity management has been a big concern for CEOs in the banking industry and today remains on the top of the agenda. At the centre of liquidity management are the Basel liquidity ratios, in particular the NSFR, has created a big stir in the market with its frequently moving goalposts. Considering the Basel liquidity rules are still developing the LCR rules are getting tighter and it is still unclear what the regulators want for the NSFR - banks are not even close to understanding the real-time effects the ratios will have on the business. But this is only the tip of the iceberg as the further to the LCR and NSFR is intraday liquidity which is becoming more prevalent in the European market and on top of that a lot more is becoming known in the market. Banks have been undergoing advanced stress tests under IRRBB and ILAAP offering further insights into inflows, and outflows and liquidity thresholds and as expected rates are finally rising and QE has come to a halt, which means we have entered a new dawn made up of scarce liquidity.

Key Topics

  • See continued efforts placed to optimise LCR with focus on buffer growth in differing currencies and at both global and entity level
  • Discover what further clarity there is to the NSFR particularly in relation to treatment of derivatives, and what your peers are doing to respond to this
  • Sharpen intraday liquidity management applying enhanced governance on intraday movements, systems and stress testing framework
  • Learn the business impacts of the liquidity regulations, including how to price the costs in the retail and markets business using FTP
  • Build a liquidity management framework accounting for the continued negative rates and end of QE leading to scarce liquidity as well as other stress tested scenarios under IRRBB and ILAAP
  • Previous Attendees Include

    • ABN AMRO
    • AIB
    • Bank of America
    • Barclays
    • BNP Paribas
    • Caixabank
    • Credit Agricole CIB
    • Credit Suisse
    • Danske Bank
    • Deutsche Bank
    • HSBC
    • ING
    • Lloyds Banking Group
    • Mizuho
    • Nordea
    • Rabobank
    • Santander
    • Societe Generale
    • Sberbank
    • Standard Chartered
    • Swedbank
    • And many more...

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    Voice of Our Customers
    • “Very good event. Bringing a very impressive group of experts” VP Balance Sheet and Capital Management, Scotiabank
    • “A great event for practitioners to get an overview of how FTP is handled across a variety of institutions” SVP, Citigroup
    • “Speakers were good. The subject was well covered” Head of Treasury, Sharjah Islamic Bank
    • “Well presented - lots of good content.” Head of Liquidity Management UK, AIB
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    For all enquiries regarding speaking, sponsoring and attending this conference contact:

    Constandinos Vinall

    marcus evans (Europe) Ltd
    PO Box 24797
    1304 Nicosia, Cyprus

    +357 22849 380
    Fax: +357 22849 394