ALMA was formed in 1992 as a trade association of asset & liability risk management practitioners in leading banks, building societies and other related companies. The Association became a company limited by guarantee on 6 June 2014. The company began trading on 1 November 2014 when it took over the assets of the Association.
The Asset and Liability Management Association Limited
The company currently has members from over 80 UK, Irish and international institutions. It continues to expand further into Europe with well developed links with AFGAP, a similar body in France.
The company’s primary aims are to provide education and promote awareness of asset and liability risk management issues. It does this through a series of courses, conferences and evening events. At these events, ALMA seeks to promote and share best practice in related risk management techniques and approaches. ALMA provides a deliberately informal forum in which risk management professionals can network and discuss the issues facing the industry and their responses to these challenges. ALMA has fostered a culture of candour and openness to share views on areas as diverse as risk systems strategy, structuring of balance sheets to manage liquidity, credit and capital, experience in e-commerce and strategic business direction.
|1993-1994 Peter Hanlon||1995-1996 John Ashenhurst||1997-1998 Peter Goshawk|
|1999-2000 Mike Walker||2001-2002 Joseph Mariathasan||2003-2004 Chris Clegg|
|2005-2009 Martyn Hoccum||2010-2012 John Matthews||2013-2017 Colin Johnson|