6-week instructor-facilitated online course
A summary of the bank funding types, liquidity issues and management of capital. Learn what funding is used by banks; how liquidity needs may be addressed by storing liquidity on the balance sheet or by securing additional funding; and bank capital’s purpose, regulatory requirements and the effect on profitability.
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|Price||$660 NYBA or ABA Members/$870 Non-Members
Textbook-8th Edition: $215 NYBA or ABA Members/$255 Non-Members
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|Prerequisites||Participants should have a basic understanding of bank financial statements, bank performance analysis, and interest rate risk management. Students who have not had exposure to these topics are encouraged (but not required) to take Analyzing Bank Performance and Managing Interest Rate Risk prior to this class.|
|Textbook||Bank Management, 8th Edition, Timothy W. Koch and S. Scott MacDonald, Thomson Learning Other courses using this textbook are: Analyzing Bank Performance; Managing Interest Rate Risk; Managing the Bank’s Investment Portfolio.|
Audience: This course is designed for individuals involved in funding, liquidity or capital management or line managers making pricing, investment, or funding decisions that impact these areas.
Learning Objectives: After successfully completing this program, you will be able to:
- Identify the risk/return characteristics and costs of various funding sources
- Evaluate the effect of various funding sources on interest rate and liquidity risk
- Describe various measures used to manage liquidity
- Recognize the merits of both regulators’ and shareholders’ points of view regarding optimal capital levels
- Prepare a capital management plan
College Credit Recommendations: In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Banking, Business Administration, Finance or Management (when combined with Managing Interest Rate Risk, Managing Funding, Liquidity and Capital, and Managing the Bank’s Investment Portfolio.
The New York Bankers Association is a Local ABA Training Provider.
Questions: NYBA Professional Development at (212) 297-1679 or email@example.com.