Asset Liability Management for Banks
Financial Institutions incur a variety of risks arising from the different features of their assets and liabilities. For example, a bank may have short term customer deposits and long term assets, such as 30-year mortgages. As customer deposits tend to be short term in nature, many of these deposits may be withdrawn at a moment’s notice, while the long term asset will still be on the banks’ balance sheet. This can potentially leave the bank exposed to a funding problem.
Asset Liability Management for Insurance
GFMI offers a full suite of asset liability management courses. Following are just a few examples from our asset liability management curriculum: