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Over 300 bank failures were due in part to weak liquidity risk management. Now is the time to strengthen your policies and procedures!
Fully updated to reflect the latest legislative, regulatory, and agency developments, Sheshunoff’s Liquidity Risk Management provides useful information, expert guidance, and practical tools to help you more effectively monitor, measure and manage liquidity risk. Written by one of the acknowledged leaders in the field, this comprehensive resource provides:
At the heart of this book is step-by-step guidance from industry expert Leonard Matz, who clarifies the complexities surrounding cash flow projections, practical stress testing, funding diversification, contingency funding, liquidity risk contingency plans, regulatory compliance, and more. Liquidity Risk Management provides vital content garnered from dozens of executive interviews and a number of real-world case studies and examples – including actual balance sheet data – to help you better understand and apply specific methods and techniques. Throughout, manual text is linked to guidance for a more in-depth understanding of the operational and compliance implications.
You’ll also find dozens of essential worksheets, ratios, formulas, and checklists, all developed or proven-in-practice at the nation’s top financial institutions. Use them to save time, ensure accuracy, and enhance results at your institution.
Upon payment, you'll receive a CD that contains a PDF of the book so that you can reference this material in a searchable format.
Leonard M. Matz is an independent liquidity risk consultant. Previously, Leonard was international director of liquidity risk consulting for Kamakuara corporation followed by a similar role at SunGard Bancware. He began his career as an Examiner for the Federal Reserve of Cleveland and subsequently spent 15 years in senior risk management assignments at three US banks. Many know him from his influential books on liquidity management and ALM, including “Liquidity Risk Management” and “Self-Paced Training Guide to Asset/Liability Management”. Leonard has worked with bankers on 6 continents to review and revise their liquidity risk measurement, contingency planning, policies, documentation, and reporting. Bankers and regulators worldwide acknowledge Leonard’s influence on liquidity best practices. See all works by Mr. Matz