British Bankers’ Association Annual Liquidity Conference

AxiomSL | British Bankers’ Association MiFIR and MiFID II Conference

When: September 27, 2016
Where: London, United Kingdom

AxiomSL will be speaking at a BBA half-day conference taking place in London, and will outline key data challenges as well as implementation best practice when approaching LCR, NSFR and ALMM requirements.

Liquidity regulations may be settling, but there is still uncertainty with regards to the final Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) template, Additional Liquidity Monitoring Metrics (ALMM), and the implementation of the new liquidity reporting regime in the UK. Serious consideration must also be given to managing interest rate risk in a low rate environment, how final liquidity and capital requirements will work together, and the potential impact of ring-fencing on the liquidity management.

Agenda

The conference will explore these issues in depth, and we expect to see the following points raised in our discussions:

  • Progress with the new regulatory framework for liquidity and funding
  • Update on additional monitoring metrics and the new LCR templates
  • The Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) and its impact on UK banks
  • The future of bank balance sheet management
  • Managing the balance sheet of your bank holistically

AxiomSL to present on LCR, NSFR and ALMM

Janet Walton (Senior Liquidity Consultant, AxiomSL) and Wissam El Zeenni (Liquidity Product Owner, AxiomSL) will discuss in depth the implementation requirements and data challenges associated with LCR, NSFR and ALMM requirements. They will also explore best practice when approaching these requirements to minimise data gaps, improve process controls and maximise transparency for effective regulatory reporting.

Come and visit our booth

We will have our own booth at the BBA’s Annual Liquidity Conference, so if you would like to learn more about how you can leverage AxiomSL’s liquidity reporting and calculations solutions, or you would like to discuss the latest regulatory reporting challenges and developments affecting your team or firm, please come by and visit.