, Singapore (PressExposure) July 08, 2008 -- âA workshop examining theoretical and global best practices in liquidity management issuesâ
Salvoâs Global Liquidity Workshop is organized in response to the recent focus on vulnerabilities in the valuation and distribution of risk in global financial institutions. This 2-day workshop held in Singapore will enable delegates to gain in-depth knowledge in evaluating and managing their liquidity risk.
The masterclass combines case studies and discussion sessions that provide participants with a framework to analyze and review its applications towards their organizations. Participants would include individuals with knowledge on financial profitability and risk management and those involved in designing and implementing credit, market, operational risk management as well as ALM and Basel II / ICAAP frameworks. Auditors with interest in banking risk management systems as well as trading officers will also benefit greatly from this platform.
Extensive coverage will be given on how banks handle liquidity challenges compared to their counterparts that share partial liability. Marketability and tradability with regard to liquidating financial products will also be covered under discussions on current market conditions.
Speaking for this workshop is a senior consultant specializing in risk management who is currently engaged with IRIS integrated risk management in Zurich. He has undertaken financial risk and profitability analysis projects internationally working with companies in Europe, Asia and the USA. With vast expertise in designing financial models for credit risk, liquidity risk, operational risk and ALM systems, some of the companies he has worked for include SEB Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken, Bank of Piraeus, Invest bank, Mercury Interactive, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Alpharma, and many others.
Information on the program can be found at [http://www.salvoglobal.com/Salvo%20-%20LiquidityRisk.htm]. Do check the page for regular updates.
For information contact: Silvia Anastasia Berg Telephone: +65 6297 8545 Fascimile: +65 6336 1716 Email firstname.lastname@example.org