Treasury & ALM EUROPE

TREASURY & ALM Europe

22-23 November | Virtual

PANDEMIC
COVID-19 one year on: Reviewing lessons learnt and long term impact of the global pandemic

REGULATION
Overview of the global regulatory landscape and challenges complying across multiple jurisdictions

ESG
Building and supporting a credible transition process towards ESG principles

BALANCE SHEET OPTIMIZATION
Optimizing approaches for dynamic balance sheet management in a post COVID economic environment

INFLATION
Reviewing the impact of inflation on interest rates and long term considerations to manage volatility

MODELLING
Recalibrating models post COVID-19 and enhancing forecasting capabilities for strategic decision making

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Robert Maringer
Head of Liquidity Risk Monitoring and Analysis
Credit Suisse

Neels Vosloo

Neels Vosloo
EMEA Capital Policy and Advocacy
Bank of America

Ian-Fox

Ian Fox
Group Funding and Liquidity Management Director
Lloyds Banking Group

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Matteo Formenti
VP, Senior ALM Expert
UniCredit

Chen Wang

Chen Wang
Head of Treasury Middle Desk
China Construction Bank

Sridhar

Sridhar Aiyangar
Group Head, Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management
Bank ABC

Roberto Virreira

Roberto Virreira
Lead ALM Modeller
Rabobank

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Cecilia Gejke
Chief Risk Officer
East-West United Bank S.A

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9:50 Chair’s opening remarks

PANDEMIC – PANEL DISCUSSION

10:00 COVID-19 one year on: Reviewing lessons learnt and long term impact of the global pandemic

Session details 

  • Modeling impacts of pandemic stress
  • Stress testing frameworks to prepare for future volatility
  • Impact of COVID-19 on prepayment
  • Managing through markets moving forward
  • Impact of government stimulus on financial institutions
    • Repercussions of reduction in stimulus
  • Impact of increased bad debts on global economies

Christopher BlakeSenior Manager Liquidity & Risk, HSBC
Dimitrios PapathanasiouHead of EMEA Treasury & Liquidity RiskCredit Suisse tbc

FTP

10:45 Impact of market changes on funds transfer pricing and operating in continued uncertainty

Session details 

  • Projection of value of assets and liabilities
  • Modeling and valuing deposits
  • Availability of funding instruments
  • Impact of lower interest rates on FTP
  • Changes to existing methodologies
  • Internal transfer pricing allocation process
  • Precision in measurement to derive precision in pricing
  • Pricing to reflect risk

Matteo FormentiVP, Senior ALM Expert, UniCredit

11:10 Networking break

ESG – PANEL DISCUSSION

11:40 Building and supporting a credible transition process towards ESG principles

Session details 

  • Compressed spreads with increased demands
  • Meeting profitability rates
  • Lending strategies off balance sheet
  • Governing balance sheet towards carbon emission targets
  • Managing high quality liquid assets towards a more ESG compliant investment portfolio
  • Scoring corporates against ESG criteria
    • Investing in negative scoring companies
  • Data analytics capabilities for ESG scoring over time

Neels VoslooEMEA Capital Policy and Advocacy, Bank of America
Edmund BosworthHead of Capability & Controls, RBS tbc
Sarah JarrettHead of Institutional Liquidity Distribution Europe, BNY Mellon

INFLATION

12:25 Reviewing the impact of inflation on interest rates and long term considerations to manage volatility

Session details 

  • Moving towards rates rising
  • Impact of long term negative or low rate environment
  • Risks associated with increased inflation
  • Customer risks: understanding changes to behavior
  • Increased net interest margins
  • Managing balance sheet with higher inflation
  • Interest rate impact on low risk investments

IBOR – PANEL DISCUSSION

1:00 Progress towards final transition away from LIBOR and challenges transitioning legacy contracts

Session details 

  • Impact to management of ALM positions and base rate change
  • Updating contracts under new rates
  • Pricing on SONIA vs. LIBOR
  • Uses of backwards vs. forward looking alternative reference rates
  • Changes with European rates and introduction of Euribor
  • Recalibrating models under new risk free rate
  • Divergence across jurisdictions

Ian FoxGroup Funding and Liquidity Management Director, Lloyds Banking Group
Chen Wang, Head of Treasury Middle DeskChina Construction Bank
Peter LittlerIndependent treasury consultant, IBOR transitionNatwest Group

1:35 Closing remarks and end of day one

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9:50 Chair’s opening remarks

REGULATION

10:00 Overview of the global regulatory landscape and challenges complying across multiple jurisdictions

Session details 

  • Global regulations and disparities across jurisdictions
  • System changes to manage regulation
    • Data capture and processing
  • Forward looking view of regulatory change
  • Frequency of reporting and regulatory change
  • Impact of regulatory divergence across EU on company agendas

Neels VoslooEMEA Capital Policy and Advocacy, Bank of America

LIQUIDITY

10:35 Funding concentration as a building block of liquidity risk management

Session details 

  • Why an additional framework?
  • Scoping: what is funding?
  • Cliff Risk
  • Counterparty Concentration
  • Bespoke aspects: Unsecured – Deposits – Secured
  • Entity level management

Robert MaringerHead of Liquidity Risk Monitoring and Analysis, Credit Suisse

11:10 Networking break

BALANCE SHEET OPTIMIZATION

11:30 Optimizing approaches to for dynamic balance sheet management in a post COVID economic environment

Session details 

  • Managing global regulatory requirements across jurisdictions
  • Optimising across capital, balance sheet, funding and liquidity
  • Leveraging available information and uses for technology and analytics
  • Understanding granularity of ALM mix
  • Dynamic ALM management
    • Maintaining capital buffers and regulatory compliance
    • Governance structures
    • Reporting and monitoring capabilities

Sridhar AiyangarGroup Head, Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management, Bank ABC

TECHNOLOGY

12:05 Leveraging technology capabilities and utilizing data to enhance treasury and ALM function efficiency

Session details 

  • Understanding interdependent and third-party/feeder models
  • Migration to the cloud for asset-liability modeling solutions
  • Building the foundation to leverage big data
  • Modeling performance and agility
  • Building a complete view of cash flow
  • Increased compute power to collate systems
  • Operationalizing AI
  • Aligning technology offerings for an integrated system

MODELLING – PANEL DISCUSSION

12:45 Recalibrating models post COVID-19 and enhancing forecasting capabilities for strategic decision making

Session details 

  • Updating models post crisis/stress event
  • Embedding expert opinion within models
  • Reliability of last available data during COVID-19
  • Role of management and ALCO
  • Recalibrating models in line with COVID-19 stresses
  • Tuning models for better forecasting
  • Augmenting stress test scenarios

Cecilia GeijkeChief Risk Officer, East-West United Bank S.A
Roberto Virreira, Lead ALM Modeller, Rabobank

1:30 Closing remarks and end of day two

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Sridhar

Sridhar Aiyangar
Group Head, Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management
Bank ABC

Biography

Executive leader with 25+ years of experience with expertise in Capital, Liquidity and Portfolio management. Significant experience covering Financial Markets, Corporate Treasury, Finance and Risk Management with large MNC Banks across multiple markets.

The diverse experience from working in multiple markets across different disciplines enables me to structure creative solutions for optimisation of the Balance Sheet. Developed and implemented strategic Balance Sheet initiatives to strengthen capital, funding and liquidity position while improving efficiency. Effectively increased revenues and returns through implementation of RAROC to optimise risk vs. returns and foster X-sell, efficient capital allocation and improved funding.

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Christopher Blake
Senior Manager Liquidity & Risk
HSBC

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Edmund Bosworth

Edmund Bosworth
Head of Capability and Controls
RBS

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Matteo Formenti
VP, Senior ALM Expert
UniCredit

Biography

Matteo Formenti (MSc, PhD) currently is team leader of Fund Transfer Pricing unit within UniCredit Group. Previously he was a banking book trader executing the hedging strategy for the interest rate risk management within ALM unit, and he worked within the Risk Management in Internal Validation team focusing on the market, counterparty and Behavioural models.
He is Visiting Professor of Market Risk at MIP (Milan Politecnique) and full professor of Asset Management at LIUC (University of Castellanza). He recently published a book entitled “A Guide to Behavioural Models for ALM”.

Ian-Fox

Ian Fox
Group Funding and Liquidity Management Director
Lloyds

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Cecilia Gejke
Chief Risk Officer
East-West United Bank S.A

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Sarah Jarrett
Head of Institutional Liquidity Distribution Europe
BNY Mellon

Biography

Sarah Jarrett will be presenting at the Treasury and ALM Europe Summit.

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Peter Littler
Independent treasury consultant, IBOR transition
Natwest Group

Biography

Peter Littler is an independent Treasury consultant who has been working for NatWest Treasury since mid 2019 on their IBOR transition programme, as well as advising on certain aspects of funds transfer pricing for Natwest Markets. Prior to this, he spent 24 years at Deutsche Bank, including 8 as a Managing Director and member of the Treasury Executive Committee. He has managed Treasury teams covering balance sheet management, liquidity management, financial and capital planning for Treasury, and legal entity governance. He is a chartered accountant.

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Robert Maringer
Head of Liquidity Risk Monitoring and Analysis
Credit Suisse

Biography

Robert Maringer is heading the Global Liquidity Risk Monitoring & Analysis function at Credit Suisse in Zurich.
He is responsible for developing the liquidity risk control framework, including risk appetite calibration and the monitoring process. He also manages the bank’s funding concentration framework and is currently focussing on a big data infrastructure project.
Prior to his current role, Robert worked in Valuation Control and Product Control for 10+ years in Zurich and Singapore. He started his career in software development for ALM analysis.
Robert holds two Master’s Degrees from the University of Linz (Austria), in Technical Mathematics and in Economics / Business Administration.

DIMITRIS PAPATHANASIOU

Dimitrios Papathanasiou
Head of EMEA Treasury and Liquidity Risk
Credit Suisse

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Roberto Virreira

Roberto Virreira
Lead ALM Modeller
Rabobank

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Neels Vosloo

Neels Vosloo
EMEA Capital Policy and Advocacy
Bank of America

Biography

Neels Vosloo covers Regulatory Capital Policy and Advocacy for EMEA within Enterprise Capital Management at Bank of America. Before joining BofA, Neels headed up the Traded Risk Modelling team in Deloitte’s Risk Advisory practice in London; he has held risk modelling roles across market and counterparty risk, including as Senior Risk Specialist in the Traded Risk Department at the UK FSA and PRA. Neels holds degrees in Mathematics, Philosophy, and Actuarial Science from the University of Pretoria.

Chen Wang

Chen Wang
Head of Treasury Middle Desk
China Construction Bank

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Sucharita Banerjee Lodha is the Head of General Insurance International Operational Risk and Governance, ERM. She has held various operational risk management positions within GI International supporting effective roll out of operational risk management tools and concepts within Claims, Finance, Operations and shared service centres. She has led teams across Business Consulting, Outsourcing Risk management, Offshore Development Centers, Technology and Risk Management. She has a proven track record of managing global teams and leading regulatory change initiatives. Sucharita holds an MBA from London Business School and an MS in Quality Management from Birla Institute of technology. She is also a six sigma Black belt and has a B.tech in Information Technology. She chose non-financial risk management as a career to pursue her passion for healthy risk culture in organizations. She has worked with Deloitte, American Express, Tata Consultancy Services in her professional career. She has worked with consulting and Financial services firms in India, the US and is currently based in London, UK. Sucharita is also the chair of Gender Equality Matters Employee resource group in AIG.
Sunil Verma will be presenting at the 10th Annual Risk EMEA Summit.
Julie is an experienced risk manager with 25 years at UBS and specialises in outsourcing and procurement and, more widely operational resilience. She advises senior management on risk management and control globally and on how to improve communications to staff throughout the organisation with respect to her specialisation. Julie leads global investigations on breaches to the firm's policies with respect to outsourcing and procurement and advises the firm on their root cause remediation.
Chris Sparks is Atom banks Chief Risk Officer. Prior to joining Atom Chris had spent over twenty years in financial services working both in the UK and abroad, holding senior positions in Risk and Finance in HSBC, RBS, GE and Virgin Money. His experience has covered a range of risk disciplines with a particular focus on Credit and Data. Chris is a member of the Research Advisory Board at the Credit Research Centre at Edinburgh University Business School. He also holds the title of Professor in Practice in the Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Computer Science at Durham University.