Liquidity risk and funds management for community banks is the focus of an Oct. 3 regulatory teleconference being hosted by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) New York Region. Registration is required by Sept 27 (this Thursday).
The teleconference is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. ET. Topics include:
- the current interest rate environment and implications for liquidity and interest rate risk;
- industry trends in the New York Region, including changes in asset-based liquidity positions and funding structures/concentrations;
- specific funding types and challenges in managing them in a stressed environment; and
- elements of an effective risk management program, including cash flow analysis.
A open forum for questions is planned.
The agency says the teleconference is primarily geared toward FDIC-supervised institutions in the New York Region. Bank directors, officers, and staff members are welcome to participate, and they can call in from any location.
To register and receive information necessary to dial in, send an email by Sept. 27 to FDICCommunicationsNY@fdic.gov, and include the following: name, title, organization, city/state, and email address.