Why does Central Banking host this event?
Since 1999, Central Banking has hosted closed-door specialised discussion forums for central bankers and the community, including training seminars, conferences and roundtables across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Americas and Asia.
The National Asset-Liability Management events are of value to any practitioner wishing to stay at the forefront of developments in the growth of the sovereign wealth fund.
This year's programme is structured around a series of interactive, content-led and practical sessions covering the latest issues facing reserve managers today.
Who is it for?
The National Asset-Liability Management events are of particular relevance to those business leaders with the following job titles:
Reserve Managers | Sovereign wealth managers | Public-sector asset managers | State pension managers | Finance ministry officials | Debt managers | Central bank asset managers | State oil and commodity fund managers | Custodians | Risk managers | Analysts | Official institutions relationship managers | Investment bankers | Specialists in forex, fixed income and commodities | Portfolio managers | Fund managers | Treasury | Credit rating agencies | Lawyers | Consultants | Economists | IT and back-office experts | Institutional investors
What can participants expect on the day?
Expert opinion and insightful sessions covering:
- The pressing issues facing reserve managers today
- Knowledgeable chairs and moderators steering debates and summarising discussions
- Stimulating conversations, on stage and on the sidelines, in a confidential environment
- Making new acquaintances (and renewing old ones) with multiple networking opportunities throughout the conference
- Two streams dedicated to reserve management and risk management