PAST EVENING EVENTS

Thursday 30th June, 12.30pm – 5pm

 
ALMA is delighted to have teamed up with FIS to bring ALMA Members the opportunity to attend a free face-to-face event which will explore the views of Bank and Building Society practitioners and FIS on some of the key challenges and regulations facing banks and building societies Treasury, Risk and Finance teams.

Martin Siegert’sCLimate Change presentation.

The Green/ESG Agenda: Can banks be the catalyst for change

Professor Martin Siegert, Climate Scientist and  Co-Director of the Grantham Institute

May 2022

Download slides here.

April 2022

The ALMA ESG Working Group thought it might be helpful to have a look across the major UK firms’ ESG commitments and identify the aspects that would be most relevant as Treasury and ALM functions play their roles in contributing towards meeting these goals. This document summarises some of our initial observations and thoughts. We hope you find this useful. ALMA is keen to continue our active engagement with Member organisations on these topics.

Download the document here.

FIS Conference

Thursday 30th June, 12.30pm – 5pm

 
ALMA is delighted to have teamed up with FIS to bring ALMA Members the opportunity to attend a free face-to-face event which will explore the views of Bank and Building Society practitioners and FIS on some of the key challenges and regulations facing banks and building societies Treasury, Risk and Finance teams.

Martin Siegert’sCLimate Change presentation.

Accelerating Collateral Mobility with HQLAx.
COVID-19 Deposit Glut
Post-pandemic should we include loan defaults?
The Added Value of Treasury
What ALM Managers need to know about climate change
Organisational culture and bank risk
Intraday Liquidity Masterclass
The Green/ESG Agenda: Can banks be the catalyst for change

The Green/ESG Agenda: Can banks be the catalyst for change

Professor Martin Siegert, Climate Scientist and  Co-Director of the Grantham Institute

May 2022

Download slides here.

April 2022

The ALMA ESG Working Group thought it might be helpful to have a look across the major UK firms’ ESG commitments and identify the aspects that would be most relevant as Treasury and ALM functions play their roles in contributing towards meeting these goals. This document summarises some of our initial observations and thoughts. We hope you find this useful. ALMA is keen to continue our active engagement with Member organisations on these topics.

Download the document here.

Once More Unto Basel, Dear Friends
Valuation for Resolution
What can bank disclosures tell you about 2020 so far?
A Regulator's Perspective on IRRBB