The global pandemic set into motion a series of historically unprecedented economic policies. Massive amounts of liquidity and stimulus from policymakers enabled a fast recovery, but at what financial cost? The side effect of those “easy money” conditions has been 40 year-high inflation that now must be fought through highly restrictive Fed behavior. Balance sheet managers have been left to deal with the resulting large swings in interest rate and liquidity risks. Quickly increasing cost of funds, stubborn loan rates, and ever-tightening margins are just a few of the most common worries for 2023. More than ever, it is critical that credit union leadership take a whole balance sheet approach, as understanding and utilizing wholesale markets (asset and funding) could significantly reduce some of these pressures. This seminar will examine the challenges now faced by CEOs, CFOs, and investment officers who must navigate the next phase of these uncharted waters.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of the following topics:
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Breakfast 7:30 am
Seminar 8:30 am
Lunch 12:00 pm
Conclusion 4:00 pm
JW Marriott Minneapolis
Mall of America
2141 Landau Lane
Minneapolis, MN 55425
Who Should Attend: Financial institutions’ CEOs, CFOs, investment officers, board members, and those who are directly or indirectly responsible for financial management functions will benefit from this seminar. There is no cost for this seminar.
7 hours of Economics and Finance CPE credits will be earned for your attendance. For more information on accommodations and to register view the event flyer.
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