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Manage Short-term and Long-term Liquidity More Effectively

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Since the Basel III liquidity rules were finalized in the US last year there has been a lot of uncertainty and new challenges for the industry. New requirements for short-term and long-term liquidity as well as the Supplementary Leverage Ratio are forcing banks to re-think their liquidity management strategies and make considerable investments in infrastructure and technology.
This GFMI event will help banks to manage short-term and long-term liquidity more effectively. Calculation, disclosure and reporting of the LCR will be examined in depth. The NSFR will also be evaluated to make banks better prepared for its implementation when it is finalized later in the year. The impact of the SLR will be discussed to assess its impact on liquidity management. The event will demonstrate how by optimizing liquidity management banks will always be able to meet their financial short-term and long-term obligations, hence operate effectively and profitably and satisfy the regulators.

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Manage Short-term and Long-term Liquidity More Effectively

  1. 1. Manage Short-term and Long-term Liquidity More Effectively Liquidity and Treasury Professionals from the Banking Industry will come together to share practical solutions for optimizing liquidity management and improve business as usual New York, NY–May 2015– GFMI, a leader in knowledge sharing for capital markets, will host the 2nd Annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management Conference on October 5-7th , 2015 in New York, NY. Building on the success of the previous edition, this year’s meeting will demonstrate how by optimizing liquidity management banks will always be able to meet their financial short-term and long-term obligations, hence operate effectively and profitably and satisfy the regulators. Featuring Case Studies from Leading Banking Professionals, Including: Joel Babb Managing Director, Enterprise Liquidity Risk Executive Bank of America Ricardo Crumble Senior Vice President, Head of Global Liquidity Risk Management State Street Corporation Tom Holland Risk Management Team Leader, Market and Liquidity Risk Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Douglas Croker Senior Vice President, Head of Balance Sheet Management Regions Financial Corporation Via case study presentations, our expert speaker panel will examine in depth the calculation, disclosure and reporting of the LCR with attendees. The NSFR will also be evaluated to make banks better prepared for its implementation when it is finalized later in the year. The impact of the SLR will be discussed to assess its impact on liquidity management. The event will demonstrate how by optimizing liquidity management banks will always be able to meet their financial short-term and long-term obligations, hence operate effectively and profitably and satisfy the regulators. For more information on this conference or to get a complete list of speakers, sessions or past attendees, click here to view the conference agenda or email Monique Filardi, Marketing & PR Coordinator at moniquefi@global-fmi.com About Global Financial Markets Intelligence GFMI is a specialized provider of content-led conferences for the financial markets. Carefully researched with leading financial market experts, our focused quality events deliver key bottom-line value through targeted presentations, interactive discussions and high-level networking opportunities.

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