Practical Asset and Liability Management Workshop
15 - 16 May 2012 LondonBrochure Download | Register Now
|Scope and Purpose|
Asset and liability management (ALM) strategies can be applied in a number of financial planning contexts: pension funds, insurance, banks lending and borrowing and life cycle planning for wealthy individuals. The quant models for these applications compute various risk exposures. These are longevity risk, interest rate risk, inflation risk, default risk etc. These risks have to be measured and directly managed through the use of decision models. This one day in-depth workshop provides insight into "what" is the problem and "how" to analyse the challenging pension problem by showing real life case studies as well as research led approaches by experts from both academia and industry. Different methodologies and strategies including alternative investments (i.e. hedge funds), the latest technologies (i.e. optimisation software) and enhancing financial products (i.e. longevity bonds, swaps or swaptions) are introduced and discussed. The workshop is targeted at quantitative and technical analysts, risk analysts, pension fund managers and academics and is presented in an interactive format with ample time for question and answer sessions and discussions.
|Benefits of Attending|
The Practical Asset & Liability Workshop covers ways to analyse ALM problems. Mathematical models are supported by illustrative cases studies, which help translate theory to practice. This allows the attendee to gain access to real solutions and techniques, which they are then able to implement for their own work.
This workshop is targeted at
2 days: £1025 + VAT
Thanks to our sponsors, there are a limited number of bursaries available for academics and research students.
For more information regarding bursaries, please contact us on + 44 (0) 1895 819 488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Discounted rates for group bookings can be also arranged on request.
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