28 November 2012
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African Development Bank (Abidjan)

11th ALM and Risk Management MDB Forum

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The 2012 ALM and Risk Management forum will be hosted by the African development Bank Group in Marrakech from 28-30 November 2012. The forum will attract several delegates from multilateral Development Financial institutions, including:

  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD),
  • European Investment Bank (EIB),
  • International Finance Corporation (IFC),
  • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),
  • Asian Development bank (ADB),
  • The World Bank Group (IBRD) ,
  • Nordic Investment Bank (NIB),
  • European Investment Fund (EIF),
  • Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB), and African Development Bank Group (AfDB)

The format of the forum will be based on presentations of specialized topics as well as interactive open floor discussions in which participants will share experiences and thoughts on ALM and Risk Management issues.

  • Session 1: Update on Risk Management Organization structures and key initiatives implemented since the last meeting
  • Session 2: Treasury investment policies: Framework , guidelines and strategies
  • Session 3: Treasury Investment policies: Liquidity policies, Counterparty Credit risk and Collateral Risk Management
  • Session 4: Innovative Financial Instruments
  • Session 5: Capital Adequacy 1

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