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3rd Edition Managing Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book

Actively manage interest rate risk, improve frameworks and advance behavioural models under the EBA’s final IRRBB guidelines to steer banks into the optimal position

27-29 Jun 2018
Novotel Wien Hauptbahnhof, Vienna, Austria

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Conference Speakers

Sander Boogmans
Head of Interest Rate Risk Management
ING

Mads Gydesen
Chief Risk Manager
Danske Bank

Jacek Rzeźnik
Head of Market and Liquidity Risk
mBank

Anja Bozak
Head of Group Market and Liquidity Risk
Addiko Bank

Sergey Kharinov
First Deputy Head of Internal Treasury
Russian Agricultural Bank

Frank Mulder
Head of Interest Rate Risk Management and Strategy
Rabobank

Alexander Tsorlinis
Head of Market Risk Management
Raiffeisen Bank International

Jeff Simmons
Managing Director, Head of Enterprise Risk
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

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Actively manage interest rate risk, improve frameworks and advance behavioural models under the EBA’s final IRRBB guidelines to steer banks into the optimal position. Find out more