Behavioural Modelling: NMDs and IRRBB

Gain a new or enhanced knowledge of IRRBB, NMD modelling and how to best implement, utilise and manage behavioral models.

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Behavioural Modelling: NMDs and IRRBB
June 2–5, 2020 | 2–5pm (HKT/SGT)
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This training programme will provide delegates with a new or enhanced understanding of behavioural modelling and how best implement these within your organisation and combine with a knowledge and understanding of IRRBB and deposits. Sessions will cover liquidity and interest rate metrics, NMD modelling, prepayment models and stress testing with a focus on regulation, implementation, management and practical application of behavioural models.

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Dr. Matteo Formenti

Operational ALM - Behavioural Models

UniCredit

Market, Operational & Pillar II Risk Validation
UniCredit

A quantitative background in theory of finance, financial products and interest rates models applied in a primary Italian bank's Risk Management Validation unit, in particular for Pillar I (Counterparty Credit Risk, Market Risk), Pillar II (Credit VaR), and ALM Interest rate and Liquidity Risk. Today fully involved in sight asset modeling for liquidity and funding purposes introducing the Montecarlo approach to estimate the future liquidity outflow and estimates of prepayment of floating and fixed mortgages.
External Professor at University of Castellanza of financial markets and asset management and MIP (Milan Politecnique) of market risk.

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Karen Moss

Director, ALM/BSM senior practitioner

Moody's Analytics

Karen Moss is a Director in Moody’s Analytics. Karen has 15 years of experience in International Banking, with the last 3 years in Asia. She is an expert in liquidity and interest rate risk management. In her last role, she was responsible for managing the balance sheet of Royal Bank of Scotland in Asia Pacific. Prior to this she has worked in various positions in a Treasury capacity in Europe.

Based in Singapore, Karen is responsible for delivering value to our ALM client base, bringing them the latest thought leadership and best practice.

Karen holds a degree in Economics from The University of Birmingham in the UK and the ACTM qualification from the Association of Corporate Treasurers.

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What will you learn?
  • A new or enhanced knowledge of IRRBB governance and the role of behavioral models
  • Liquidity and interest rate risk metrics for models
  • Frameworks for developing non-maturity deposit behavioural models
  • Historical vs stochastic approaches for liquidity and IRR management
  • Implications of prepayment modelling
  • Insights on behavioural models from focussed IRRBB stress testing
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Who should attend?

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Treasury
  • ALM
  • Modelling
  • Deposit modelling
  • Funds Transfer Pricing
  • Liquidity risk
  • Behavioural modelling
  • IRRBB
  • Risk management
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Course highlights
  • Introduction to IRRBB and the Role of Behavioural Models
  • Liquidity And Interest Rate Risk Metrics 
  • Non Maturing Deposit (NDM) Modelling – Introduction
  • NMD Modelling – Based Modelling
  • NMD Modelling
  • Prepayment Models
  • IRRBB Stress Test and Behavioural Models
  • Practical application 
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