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Liquidity Contingency Funding Planning

(MGM 455, 60 min.)

Dates and Times this Quarter:

Tuesday, August 25, 2009, at 1:00 P.M., Mtn.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009, at 1:00 P.M., Mtn.

Tuesday, October 8, 2009, at 1:00 P.M. Mtn.


Program Objectives: This program is intended to provide clients with step-by-step help in the construction of a plan that you and your board can rely on to obtain additional cash reserves in the event of unexpected liquidity demandsor to be sure that your current plan is adequate. Now frequently suggested by regulatory agencies, this plan is a critical part of the risk management contingency planning process for all insured institutions.

Program Level/Prerequisites: Designed for CFO’s and senior management, this program is intended for those involved in risk management planning. Because of the implications this process has for insured institutions, it is suggested that senior management attend this session.

Program Content: Recent actions by the FDIC and other regulatory agencies, including the Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program, highlight the need for institution management to focus more attention on liquidity planning. Funding plans drafted in years past as a response to audit requirements may, or may not realistically address actual concerns faced by institutions in the current economic environment.

This program utilizes advisories, articles, and input from involved agencies to help you update, and/or formulate a solid plan to meet liquidity needs should they arise. Included in this presentation are:

  1. Background: regulatory history; a move away from asset-base liquidity”; cash flow monitoring,

  2. A (real-life) scenario in which a community bank has asset quality issues and suddenly needs liquidity help,

  3. The inherent risks of relying on liability and off-balance sheet sources,

  4. A review of sources, and an their features – and RISKS,

  5. The REQUIREMENT for periodic testing,

  6. An ALCO Responsibility!

Time Allotment: - 60 minute Web-based program.

Advanced Preparation Required: We STRONGLY ENCOURAGE senior managers to review their current liquidity contingency funding plan, and to be familiar with any audit or examination concerns regarding that plan, before the session begins.

Instructional Method: This program uses a Group Internet-based training method.

CPE Credit: One (1) CPE credit recommended.

Registration: Complete the attached form and email or fax it back to us at least three (3) business days prior to the program you wish to attend. Your Web-based registration instructions and a packet containing program materials will be emailed to you 1 to 3 days prior to the program date.

Cost: $150 per institution connection. You may include as many people as you like in the session at your location.

Registration Form (pdf)

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