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ITS_262 - ALM - Balance Sheet Management with Simulation

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

The online “BALANCE SHEET MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM”, is used by banks in the training of their personnel. With the use of an online ALM Simulation Program, we have turned this training program into an intensive and practical learning experience. The workshop provides participants with a solid understanding and overview of the Asset & Liability Management (ALM) function and processes within a full-services bank.

The workshop combines theoretical training describing and explaining many of the specific ALM concepts involved with a hands-on application via an internet based simulator. This simulator, is one of the most advanced and comprehensive available anywhere in the world and has been used by a large number of internationally renowned banks. The ALM simulation program used is called GuardB@nk 3 which depicts a full-services bank operating within a competitive environment.

Who should attend: The program provides a unique learning experience for professionals from the following areas:

  • Members of ALCO in a bank
  • Personnel that form part of the Balance Sheet Management (ALM) support function in a bank
  • Personnel in Treasury including the Treasurer
  • Personnel in Risk Management
  • Chief Financial Officers and personal from Finance
  • Strategic and Capital Planning Executives
  • Internal Auditors
  • Compliance personnel
  • Central Bankers

Course Director

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Theo Van Wyk

Theo is currently an independent consultant in Bank Financial Risk Management. He has held numerous senior positions within this area including Head of Investment Risk at ABSA Corporate and Business Bank from 1999 – 2012. Theo brings a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to this course, highlighting the Do’s and Don’ts of best practice to Strategic Balance Sheet Management.

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