Funds Transfer Pricing

This training course is designed to provide attendees with all the tools needed to properly implement and govern FTP strategy. Sessions will cover the main areas of funds, liquidity & capital transfer pricing as well as looking at the business implications of FTP.

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Funds Transfer Pricing

29-30 April, Singapore

 

FTS Eligible
 

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This training course is designed to provide attendees with all the tools needed to properly implement and govern FTP strategy. Sessions will cover the main areas of funds, liquidity & capital transfer pricing as well as looking at the business implications of FTP.  Our trainers will provide delegates with some practical examples and case study to gain a practical understanding.

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Karen Moss

Director, Product Management

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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Steven Smallsman

Global Head of Liquidity Risk Review

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

In his role, Steve is responsible for providing the Group Asset & Liability Committee (GALCO) independent assurance liquidity risk management decisions result in prudent and robust balance sheets in each country that Standard Chartered operates. Previously at Standard Chartered, Steve has had responsibility liquidity stress testing, liquidity policy and balance sheet risk methodology.

Steve joined SCB in August 2012 from KPMG in Sydney where he was responsible for KPMG’s bank treasury advisory offering across Australia and acted as a regional expert, working in China, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Prior to this, he worked in Group Treasury roles at Allco Finance Group, St. George Bank and Westpac Banking Corp.

Steve is passionate about improving balance sheet risk management practices across the Standard Chartered and mentoring/training junior staff.

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Ajay Surana

Managing Director

ACIES CONSULTING

Ajay Surana has 20 years of professional experience in the financial services, consulting and technology industry. He has managed risk, compliance and performance management practices for large financial technology firms in the APAC region.

He has worked with over 75 financial institutions in APAC, US & Europe on various engagements in the areas of treasury, ALM, balance sheet management, regulatory compliance, Basel II/ III, risk technology transformation and business process re-engineering.

Ajay leads the APAC operations of Acies Consulting, of which he is one of the founder.

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Nick Wood

Managing Director

FINTORQUE

  • Advising Zensung (insuretech) and Sunpower Renewables (portable solar) start-ups on strategy and capital raising 
  • Managing Director FinTorque providing innovative, customised and affordable finance & treasury solutions for financial service providers in Emerging & Developing Markets
  • IMF Financial Sector Consultant
  • 4 Global Banks, 36yrs (30 in APAC)
    • Group Treasury Business Head; Asia Treasurer & Country Treasurer (Indonesia, USA); Global Markets Business Manager; Group Market Risk
    • Reshaping business post GFC & Regulations; Balance Sheet Optimisation Tools; Group FTP Policy; Retail Deposit Growth & Securitisation; Trading Room Performance & Efficiency
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Chris de Stigter

Independent Consultant

Chris de Stigter is an independent consultant and trainer in the area of Asset & Liability Management (ALM). He has been working for the group ALM department of ABN AMRO as the head of the Funds Transfer Pricing team. After completing his Master degree in Business Administration at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, he joined the bank as an international management trainee in 2005. After successfully completing his traineeship, he joined the Asset & Liability Management department. Chris has gained thorough experience in all the fields of expertise within ALM; liquidity management, capital management and interest rate risk management. In 2013 he became the head of the FTP team and that makes him responsible for all internal charges and benefits with regard to liquidity, capital and interest rate management. He also represents the ALM department in the product and pricing committees in the commercial business lines. Chris is a very enthusiastic speaker, panellist and moderator on several national and international training events and conferences, always receiving the highest ratings by his audience.

FTS - Eligible

This programme is recognised under the Financial Training Scheme (FTS) and is eligible for FTS claims subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

Please note that in no way does this represent an endorsement of the quality of the training provider and programme. Participants are advised to assess the suitability of the programme and its relevance to participants’ business activities or job roles.

The FTS is available to eligible entities based on the prevalent funding eligibility, quantum and caps. FTS claims may only be made for recognised programmes with specified validity period.

Please refer to www.ibf.org.sg for more information.

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Training
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Networking
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Group Discussion
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Learning Outcomes
  • The objectives of FTP and various types of FTP 
  • Best practice for curve construction and modelling FTP
  • How liquidity transfer pricing can be managed and fits in the overall risk strategy
  • Capital transfer pricing and how to make working adjustments
  • How FTP affect a bank’s liquidity reporting 
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Who Should Attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Risk
  • Regulation
  • Interest Rate Risk
  • Treasury
  • ALM
  • Funding
  • Pricing
  • Liquidity