Funds Transfer Pricing (201): Advanced Topics

Finance & Accounting

Net interest margin remains the primary income source for most financial institutions. The ability to better measure, understand and analyze net interest margin across all segments of the organization through funds transfer pricing (FTP) is the cornerstone in financial and performance management. In this webinar we will address various advanced topics and best practices in the FTP process, including transfer pricing non-maturity accounts, handling prepayments and their related risks, accounting for liquidity in transfer pricing and analysis of the funding center. Using a matched-term FTP process is critical to financial and performance management in the banking industry. For institutions that are relatively early in their adoption of the FTP process, keeping the process simple, straightforward, and understandable is paramount. However, for institutions that are more mature in their FTP process and are looking to fine tune their calculations and analysis of the FTP results these topics are some of the logical next steps. 

Who Should Attend: CFO, Director / Manager of Finance, Director / Manager of FP&A, Treasurer, Financial Analyst

Learning Objectives

  • Review the fundamental concepts of matched-term funds transfer pricing
  • Explore the concepts and rationale behind several advanced FTP topics to consider adopting in your FTP process
  • Learn best practices and recommendations related to each of these topics through detailed discussions and examples.


Ken Levey
Managing Director
Empyrean Solutions
With over thirty-eight years experience in the financial institution industry, Ken is currently responsible for the overall budgeting and planning strategy for Empyrean Solutions.

Prior to joining Empyrean, Ken worked at Syntellis (formerly Kaufman Hall/Axiom Software) and led the overall product and business strategy for the Banking solutions that reside on Syntellis’ Axiom Software platform.  Previously Ken was the Senior Director for Banking Analytics at SAP BusinessObjects where he was responsible for developing performance management and analytic applications for the Banking Industry.

Ken started his career at Bear Stearns in New York and then Seamen’s Bank for Savings, before moving to a senior position at IPS-Sendero (Fiserv), where he led the development of the Asset/Liability Management system and managed the ALM and Funds Transfer Pricing implementation and consulting divisions.

Bryan Ridgway
Sr. Sales Engineer
Empyrean Solutions
With more than twenty-seven years of experience in the financial risk and performance management areas within the banking industry, Bryan’s current responsibilities include assisting clients and prospects in understanding how Empyrean solutions can help analyze and improve their overall financial performance. 
Prior to joining Empyrean, Bryan was the Senior Solution Engineers at Syntellis’ Axiom Software.  Prior to that, he was Director of Product Management for the financial risk and performance management solutions at Fiserv, where he was responsible for leading overall business strategy in this area, including the development of funds transfer pricing, budgeting and planning, and asset liability management solutions. 

Webinar Fees

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Additional Info

Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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