BTRM Global Chapters
In 2023 we will be running a series of global networking events for bank treasury and risk management professionals to meet one-another over a drink for an informal chat on what’s happening in this space. BTRM alumni and non-alumni are invited to share the latest trends in the marketplace, whether discussing how treasury has evolved in recent years, the capability to manage and hedge the risks associated with the products being sold, how the new regulatory environment will impact treasury’s role, how the departure from “zero” interest rates places extra demands on treasury departments for risk management, and plenty besides.
From London to New York, Tokyo to Brisbane, Sao Paolo to San Francisco, or from Johannesburg to Mumbai, the BTRM Global Chapters help you keep up to date with the latest advancements within bank treasury risk management, providing an extensive, valuable and informed network of treasury risk management professionals. Become a part of the BTRM community, where you will always be welcome to learn from others and share your own thoughts. Whether you’re an intern or graduate starting your career up the ladder of an ever-evolving financial world adapting to daily changes in the marketplace or the most senior position as chief treasury officer or CRO, you will be welcomed to these events with an open physical forum to share knowledge through discussion.
All events are free to attend.
London Chapter: REGISTER
Live and Online: “Making sense of Basel and EBA Guidance on IRRBB: practical issues in implementing interest-rate risk management principles for balance sheet risk”
Date: Thursday 23rd November, 18.00 – 20.30
Doors Open (live in-person): 17.30
Presentation and Q&A Starts (live and online): 18.00
BTRM networking drinks / snacks reception & London Chapter: 19.00 – 20.30
Introduction: Moorad Choudhry
Part I: Claire Trythall
Lessons (re) learned from Silicon Valley Bank and what everyone should be doing for ALM
Balancing NII Delta and EVE Delta: they’re both part of the picture
The heightened significance of non-parallel shocks in the wake of EBA’s adjusted shock curve floors.
Navigating the challenges of current market dynamics: Beyond historical customer behaviours.
Part II: Małgorzata Tynecka
Credit spread risk in the banking book: how to describe (and implement) it in clear, simple language
The seminar will conclude with a Q&A session with the speaker and other members of the esteemed BTRM Faculty.