Banks need to ensure Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) is not being treated as a cost centre but as a tool to drive excess liquidity, grow assets to offset liabilities and ultimately target P&L volatility caused by COVID-19. With effective balance sheet management and a dynamic FTP, banks can navigate the current climate and developments surrounding interest rates, customer behavior as well as manage emerging topics such as sustainability. With this in mind, this marcus evans meeting held in Berlin, but also offering the option to attend virtually, on 29-30 November, 2021 enables you to manage and steer excess liquidity in the current climate through effective FTP strategy in order to progress towards balance sheet optimisation. 

Attending the 11th Annual Funds Transfer Pricing and Balance Sheet Management Conference will Enable You to:

  1. Evaluate the cost of funding in relation to excess liquidity driven by customer deposits and regulatory support
  2. Steer liquidity and capital to manage the excess liquidity and prepare for potential absorption of this excess
  3. Achieve balance sheet optimisation to navigate through constraints and stress prompted by the COVID era
  4. Evolve FTP strategy alongside market developments such as customer behavior and sustainability metrics

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