Liquidity risk forecasting
the global bank’s way
On Tuesday 19th March at 13:30 in
room 152G experts from Standard
Chartered, one of the leading global banks, will shed some light on how
liquidity risk forecasting is done in this institution.
Liquidity and interest rate risk-related regulatory
requirements evolve rapidly. To be able to comply with these requirements and
meet customers’ expectations at the same time, continued implementation of solutions
enabling banks to optimize their balance sheets is crucial. Dynamically
evolving financial market conditions, technological progress and growing
competition from new players entering the market create the need for banks to
forecast and react at high speed. Standard Chartered has been expanding its
global team of experts in various fields, both with technical and analytical
skills as well as with risk management, system design and project management
competencies, for a couple of years now. The bank is now relocating the core
part of this team to Warsaw, where it builds its Treasury Modelling Hub. There
is a number of open positions in this team. If you’re interested to find out
more, Standard Chartered’s employees are happy to provide details after the
lecture. Join us!
To sign up for the lecture, email your name &
surname to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lecture will be delivered (in English) by Sebastian Skowronski, Standard Chartered Group’s Managing
Director in charge of Treasury Modelling & Platforms. Prior to joining
Standard Chartered he worked for other global banks in Europe and Asia. He has
spent the last 11 years with Standard Chartered driving strategic implementations,
leading formulation of balance sheet risk methodologies, development of behavioural
models, and functional design of assets and liabilities management (ALM)
platforms. He co-designed and conducted 6-month-long ALM certification course
at National University of Singapore. He holds an MBA Degree from Chicago Booth
School of Business and a Master of Science in Management from University of
Warsaw. He is also a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM).
After the lecture, please join us for snacks
nearby room 152G.
About Standard Chartered
Standard Chartered is a leading international
banking group with 150-year history in some of the world’s most dynamic markets.
Its purpose is to drive commerce and prosperity through our unique diversity,
and our heritage and values are expressed in our brand promise, Here for good.
Standard Chartered operates in over 60 markets and has more than 86,000
employees, who come from 125 different countries. Visit our website to find our