Treasury and Asset & Liability Management (ALM) takes place in all banks and similar financial firms. The scale and complexity will differ depending on the size and structure of the bank as well as the market in which it operates. However, fundamentally the activity is similar. What can differ greatly is the effectiveness of this work. Being good at Treasury & ALM in a bank is about much more than technical knowledge, experience and expertise. In this, the second of two videos, we describe what effective ALM is and look at how to make changes to achieve it.
Key learning objectives:
What are the features of a good ALM process?
If the process needs improvement, when and how can you do this and then maintain it?
What really makes a difference to whether a bank is good at ALM and Treasury?