Workshop overview:

This interactive workshop will raise awareness and understanding of recommended best practice principles for bank ALCO governance and procedure. Aimed at ALCO members, non-executive directors and senior managers in any banking institution, as well as all staff involved in the ALCO process, the seminar presents essential tools required for the right governance culture in a bank. This includes a range of policy templates that can be applied in any bank, together with real-world examples and case studies to demonstrate techniques.

Delegates will gain a clearer understanding of how to formulate and drive the ALCO governance process in the most effective way, and what makes an effective ALCO MI pack, plus a toolkit of best practice ALCO templates.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the proper role of the asset-liability committee in Bank governance and risk management
  • Learn how to implement a genuinely effective and robust ALCO process
  • Become familiar with ALCO organisation and operating framework
  • Understand the ALCO as part of the balance sheet risk triumvirate
  • Ensure the suite of ALCO balance sheet risk MI is fit-for-purpose
  • Draft, as part of a group exercise, the ALCO Agenda and MI Pack

Working lunch included – that includes networking, and a chance to ask the trainer your specific questions about the topic.  

This course is part of the Prudential Risk Series, which includes seven workshops in total, see below for information on each:

Professor Moorad Choudhry

Professor Moorad Choudhry

Executive Director, Recognise Bank

Professor Moorad Choudhry is an Independent Non-Executive Director on the Board of Recognise Bank. He has over 35 years’ experience in banking in th...

Professor Moorad Choudhry is an Independent Non-Executive Director on the Board of Recognise Bank.

He has over 35 years’ experience in banking in the City of London and was latterly Treasurer, Corporate Banking Division at The Royal Bank of Scotland. He has served as Chair of the ALCO at four different banking institutions and is author of The Principles of Banking (John Wiley & Sons Ltd 2012, 2023).

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•    All ALCO members
•    Treasury team members
•    CFO and team 
•    CRO and team 
•    Board NEDs
•    Regulators and bank supervision team
•    Regulatory reporting department
•    Compliance and Internal audit
•    Money markets and ALM desk

We have some bundle options and other discounts available should you want to book several workshops or the entire series: 

Series pricing (seven for the price of six = 15 per cent discount): 

  • £2700 + VAT (Member) 
  • £3450 + VAT (Non-member) 

You can book the entire series here.

Purchasing three or more sessions: 

10 per cent discount, please contact our training team training@ukfinance.org.uk to enquire.

Buying one - two sessions: 

  • £450 + VAT / Half Day 
  • £575 + VAT / Half Day

You can send different colleagues from your organisation to different sessions and this can all be done through one booking (on one invoice). We advise that no more than three attendees per firm per series to maximise attendees’ experience.

Each delegate receives a free copy of the book ‘The Principles of Banking, 2nd edition’. This book has chapters on all the topics that are covered in this seminar series. Material from the book is used as part of the teaching materials.