This page currently contains information about the 2015 conference. Information for NALM Africa 2016 will be released shortly.
What past attendees have said:
The conference was very interesting, enlightening, thought-provoking and usefulChief Manager, Head of Liquidity Management Office, Treasury Department, Bank of Ghana
The conference was very fruitful with many topical issues regarding reserves management in these testing timesTechnical Adviser, Bank of Mozambique
The conference was overall very useful in getting to speed with the latest thinking and practitioner experiences with reserves managementManager, South African Reserve Bank
The conference was good and very informative.Manager Investments and Domestic Markets, Central Bank of Swaziland
About the symposium:
The 6th annual National Asset-Liability Management Africa takes place this year on the 27-28 October in Johannesburg.
The symposium, offered a comprehensive 2-day agenda, providing expert insights on governance; risk and investment strategies for sustainable growth; reserve management best practice; and national wealth management.
Key topics included:
- The effects of diverging monetary policies on emerging markets
- Investing in fixed income in a time of negative yields
- The impact of volatile oil prices on reserves management
- An ALM approach for central banks
Attracting senior representatives from central banks and sovereign investors from across Africa and beyond, the symposium provides an unrivalled opportunity to meet and discuss important industry issues with your peers.
Designed specifically for central banks and sovereign investors, this two-day event encompasses a series of presentations, panels and case studies delivered by expert industry speakers.
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