National Asset-Liability Management Americas
26th - 27th May 2015
W Bogota Hotel, Colombia
Rethinking asset allocation and risk as policies diverge
Central Banking Publications is pleased to announce the dates of its 4th annual National Asset-Liability Management Americas symposium which will take place in Bogota, Colombia on 26th-27th May, 2015.
In the first weeks of 2015, we have seen policy changes that rocked FX markets including the Swiss peg against the euro being lifted and the European Central Bank entering into QE. The US economy is growing, but some argue that in the face of global pressures, this growth may not be sustainable.
China's growth is slowing and, with its expanding ties in Latin America, sovereign investors must ask themselves what this will mean for their economies. Will growth in the US and rising interest rates counter-act or compound these risks? How will regional economies cope with the slide in commodity prices? How should central banks position their balance sheets in order to prepare?
These are the critical questions facing the industry and in this vein, Central Banking Publications invites you to attend Nalm Americas for two days of interactive panels, thought-provoking presentations and invaluable networking opportunities to share insights and experiences with your peers.
Key topics this year include:
- Looking at the effects of rising US interest rates on emerging markets
- A panel discussing how sovereign investors should respond to the changing macroeconomic cycle
- Good practices in portfolio optimization
- The commodity price slide and its impact on emerging market economies
- Managing interest rate risk as monetary policies diverge
Reasons to attend:
- A program researched and developed with official institutions and Central Banking Publications to identify the key issues and challenges to be discussed
- A unique environment for senior reserve managers and official investors to discuss and debate the economic environment and national wealth management
- 40+ key people to meet and network with from central banks and other official sector investors