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GSB 2018 Financial Managers School - Madison, WI
Sunday, September 09, 2018, 8:00 AM to Friday, September 14, 2018, 5:00 PM CST
Category: Schools


Financial Managers School 
September 9-14, 2018 
Madison, Wisconsin 

As economic and regulatory environments continue to change, financial institution CFOs, controllers and other finance and accounting leaders need a solid foundation in asset/liability management. The Financial Managers School provides this foundation through a unique, hands-on immersion program where students use their own institution's data in dynamic case study situations. 

CFOs, controllers and other finance and accounting executives who have day-to-day responsibilities that include managing ALM, investments, budgeting, and reporting activities within financial institutions are encouraged to apply now to: 

  • Develop an effective capital planning strategy in this new regulatory environment
  • Use robust asset/liability models to enhance your annual planning process and make effective decisions on risk-return trade-offs
  • Analyze peer and trend analysis to develop a risk management profile using measurable data and strategic goals
  • Make more strategic decisions by measuring the profitability of your institution, lines of business, products, and customers
  • Examine interest rate risk and the measurement systems of gap, duration, dynamic income-at-risk, static, and dynamic value-at-risk
  • Effectively communicate financial information and build comprehensive strategic plans to present to your board and senior management
  • Understand Basel III and capital stress testing
  • Evaluate liquidity risk management strategies and funding options
  • Review investment portfolio management strategies and investment policy issues
  • Examine effective credit risk management including loan policy, tracking issues, and integration with the ALCO process
  • Price loans using benchmark securities
  • Install an effective deposit pricing process with decision-making tools for choosing the best retail and wholesale funding options
  • Use profitability analysis tools in the product development process