4th Annual Funds Transfer Pricing and Balance Sheet Management

Negotiating the balance between what is theoretically desirable and what is practically obtainable in FTP

Banking, Finance, Investing, Accounting, Management

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Why You Should Attend

Many financial institutions are no longer establishing the basics of Funds Transfer Pricing and understanding how things should work in theory before they implement their systems. Instead they are now focusing on the challenges that will be facing banks which have FTP up and running, specifically looking at negotiating the balance between what is theoretically desirable and what is practically obtainable. Many banks are attempting to gain perfection in FTP, but the effort from where they are now to that small step up is immense and not necessarily worth it. As such banks should be looking more at what to do with the results that they are getting and how this can add value to the bank.

Key Topics

Implement the optimum FTP framework for your bank, considering both technical feasibility and behavioural drivers

Drive the right behaviours within the bank, analysing incentivisation and cost allocation

Optimise approaches to buffer costs, and funding and pricing HQLA

Tailor FTP methodologies to different business lines, including both dynamic markets and fixed maturity deposits, and decide upon the most appropriate curves for each

Respond to fluid regulatory updates as the LCR and NSFR develop globally

From: September 15, 2014 00:00
To: September 17, 2014 23:59

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Banking, Finance, Investing, Accounting, Management



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