National Asset-Liability Management Africa

Designed specifically for central banks and sovereign investors, the conference encompasses a series of presentations, panels and case studies delivered by expert industry speakers.

In light of the ongoing situation with Covid-19, Central Banking have made the decision to postpone the National Asset-Liability Management Africa to 2021.  Please view the below tabs to see what online content we are offering our central banking community and our latest agenda for our National Asset-Liability Management Global conference taking place in Brussels in October. 

National Asset-Liability Management Americas

The 2020 National Asset-Liability Management Americas virtual presents expert insights and provides solutions for the most demanding reserve management issues from Covid-19 responses and asset diversification to climate risk.

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National Asset-Liability Management Asia

The 2020 National Asset-Liability Management Asia virtual presents expert insights and provides solutions for the most demanding reserve management issues from Covid-19 responses and asset diversification to climate risk.

  • ONLINE

National Asset-Liability Management Global

This year we will focus on investment challenges in a world of low returns; managing asset allocation, investment and the optimisation of balance sheets and portfolios; and changes to market structures and the implications for reserve managers.

  • ONLINE

Climate Risk Virtual Roundtable

July 15, half day

Share your experiences and ideas in central banking’s online interactive climate risk roundtable and learn from industry experts currently leading in climate related topics. Covering challenges such as the impact of Covid-19 on developments in ESG and sustainable investing, the role of cross-sectoral cooperation in climate risk mitigation and what the regulatory and supervisory next steps should be. You can join us on July 15th for the roundtable by registering below.

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What have reserve management responses been to Covid-19?

May 27, 3pm BST

Central banks are once more being forced towards ever looser monetary policies amid heightened financial fragility and uncertainty related to the Covid-19 outbreak. At the same time, financial market volatility has shot up, with liquidity squeezes occurring, even in traditionally deep markets. How should reserve managers respond?

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Does reserve management diversification work?

July 15, 10am BST

Central banks have sought out new asset classes in a bid to improve lacklustre returns on traditional FX reserves, raising concerns they may have lost sight of their primary focus on safety and liquidity. Market stress brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic represent an important test to examine the performance of diversification strategies.

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2 Day Event

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15+ Expert speakers

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50+ Senior Investment Professionals

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20+ Institutions