Balance Sheet Strategy: What Board Members & Senior Management Should Know in Any Environment
Given the challenging rate environment and mounting competitive pressures, banks must have a firm understanding of all the on- and off-balance sheet tactics that can protect earnings and capital while creating franchise value. Explore ways your bank can identify your exposure to interest rates, structurally higher funding costs, regulatory changes, capital considerations, and accounting implications. Additionally, this webinar will discuss how management teams can evaluate and communicate strategies that will address these exposures.
Who Should Attend: Chief Financial Officers, Accountants, Controllers, Financial Analysts, Treasury Management Officers
- Understand the importance of focusing on earnings quality over quantity (ROA vs. ROE), pricing loans for late cycle risk, replenishing on-balance sheet liquidity, and maintaining sufficient capital as a buffer against normalized credit costs.
- Identify balance sheet exposures and know all the on- and off-balance sheet tactics that can remedy them.
- Explore securities portfolio optimizations, leverage and de-leverage strategies, liability restructures, and plain vanilla derivative strategies, which are suitable for community banks thanks to recent changes to hedge accounting.
Principal and Chief Balance Sheet Strategist
Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P
Scott heads the balance sheet analysis and strategy group, working with financial institutions on balance sheet strategy development, which includes interest rate risk management, investment portfolio strategy, retail and wholesale funding management, derivative strategy, capital planning, budgeting, and stress testing. In addition, Mr. Hildenbrand heads Sandler O’Neill advisors, which provides customized on- and off-balance sheet strategies to help clients maximize franchise value. Mr. Hildenbrand also works closely with the firm’s Investment Banking Group to identify and develop strategic opportunities for clients involved in mergers and acquisitions
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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