Webinar: Strategy Development: Empowering Your ALCO
03/11/2014 - 03/11/2014
Time: 11:00 am Eastern | 10:00 am Central | 9:00 am Mountain | 8:00 am Pacific
Length: 60 Minutes
Community banks are still feeling the effects of continued margin pressure and uncertainty surrounding the future of interest rates, however, a well-informed ALCO focused on making decisions with the right information has far better odds of balancing current earnings needs with the challenges of preparing for the next change in the rate cycle.
This webinar will examine "real world" case studies on a variety of balance sheet management strategies that will make a meaningful difference to your institution's performance. Participants will discuss strategies to reduce rate exposure and examine current economic issues impacting strategy development. Asset liability management expert, Mark Haberland will address the importance of accurate data and, most critically, using supportable assumptions that reflect actual "real life" experiences of your institution.
Making quality risk/return assessments requires experience and knowledge of options and alternatives that might not have been considered or fully vetted. The process that ties it all together is at the very core of every high-performing ALCO.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This session is designed for CEOs, Presidents, CFOs, Directors and ALCO Members.
Speaker: Mark A. Haberland, Managing Director at Darling Consulting Group.
Mark works directly with financial institutions to help provide solutions for their asset liability management process. He provides support to clients in the areas of liquidity risk management, ALM modeling, regulatory compliance and executive level education.
Mark has been with DCG since 1997, starting his career as a financial analyst before being promoted to a team manager and eventually Director in the analytics department. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the banking industry in the areas of asset liability management and bank auditing.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate
For more information, call 800-422-7285.