Hosted on 13-14 March 2019 at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, our flagship Europe conference delivers an informed programme researched and developed with the official sector asset management community and powered by Central Banking’s editorial expertise and insight. 

Benefits of attending National Asset-Liability Management Europe 2019:

  • NEW for 2019: Choose between Reserve Management or Risk Management session streams, and tailor the agenda to suit your needs
  • National Asset-Liability Management Europe brings together professionals from market operations, foreign exchange reserves, financial markets and monetary operations across the globe to discuss, debate and share key challenges 
  • The summit provides an unrivalled opportunity for a confidential exchange of ideas on the key issues facing reserve managers amongst peers
  • Hear from renowned practitioners who will examine the implications of public policy and market stresses on investment strategy, risk management and market engagement
  • Join us on the evening of the 13 March for the National Asset-Liability Management external dinner


Key themes

The 3 key themes for this year's summit were:

  • Investment in a world of low returns

  • Managing asset allocation, investment and the optimisation of balance sheets

  • Rethinking risk management as policies change and markets evolve

Notable speakers

Jennifer Johnson-Calari - Chair

  • Lesetja kganyago - South African Reserve Bank

  • Lars Rohde - National Bank of Denmark

  • Henner Asche - Deutsche Bundesbank

  • Christophe Beuve - European Central Bank

  • Imène Rahmouni-Rousseau - Banque de France

  • Sophie Faber - Swiss National Bank

  • Franz Partsch - National Bank of Austria

  • Andrew Abir - Bank of Israel

  • Jacob Wellendorph Ejsing - National Bank of Denmark

  • Tomas Garbaravičius - Bank of Lithuania

  • Juliusz Jabłecki - National Bank of Poland

  • Imane Bakkar - Bank of England

  • Solomon Kavuma - Bank of Uganda

Who attended?
  • Bank of England

  • Bank of Lithuania

  • Bank of Slovenia

  • Banque de France

  • National Bank of Denmark

  • National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia

  • National Bank of Poland

  • National bank of Slovakia

  • European Central Bank

  • Central Bank of Hungary

  • Central Bank of Ireland

  • Swiss National Bank

  • HM Treasury

  • And many more