For 2020, we have redesigned the National Asset-Liability Management conferences. These conferences connect professionals from market operations, foreign exchange reserves, financial markets and monetary operations across the globe to discuss, debate and share best practices to tackling key challenges faced.

Our National Asset-Liability Global conference was due to take place in Brussels in March, but due to the current Covid-19 situation we had to postpone the event to October. In March we delivered some of the content through a series of webinars which can be found here.  


We are actively monitoring the Covid-19 situation and working closely with the venue in order to ensure the safety of our delegates, speakers and colleagues. We will endeavour to update you as soon as we can regarding the October event. If this event cannot go ahead in Brussels then we will be delivering the event virtually for you.


Now taking place in Brussels in October National Asset-Liability Management Global will deliver an informed new programme researched and developed with the official sector asset management community and powered by Central Banking’s editorial expertise and insight. 

Programme topic highlights will include:

  • What is the future of the monetary system?
  • Diversification strategies pre and post Covid-19
  • Strategies to minimise the impact of negative rates
  • Climate risk and investment strategies - what can be achieved?
  • Expert led working groups on use of derivatives, gold, equities, digital currencies and sustainability
  • Advantages of using external managers to invest in emerging markets

100+ institutions from around the world have previously attended

More than 100 institutions have previously attended Central Banking's National Asset-Liability Management conferences, from all across Europe and beyond.