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Modernizing Balance Sheet Management

Thursday, Jan. 28 | 1 - 3 p.m. ET

Join us for a virtual deep dive into candid conversations about overcoming current and future challenges in asset and liability management, liquidity risk management and beyond.

Connect with a small, select group of peers in finance and experts from SAS and leading international management consultancy Oliver Wyman. We’ll share experiences, insights, trends and more in discussions held under Chatham House Rule.


1:00       Welcome
1:05Keynote Address: Bank Regulation Under the Biden Administration
John Bovenzi, former Deputy to the FDIC Chairman and COO; former Partner at Oliver Wyman

Roundtable Discussion 1 – Strategy and Challenges

Topics include:

  • Balance sheet management lessons learned from the pandemic and changes likely to stick around post-COVID.
  • Transformations in the financial services industry and how they affect asset and liability management, liquidity risk management and planning.
  • Impact tobalance sheet management from stress testing and CECL in the US.

Roundtable Discussion 2 – Operational and Functional Requirements

Topics include:

  • Business challenges that keep you awake.
  • Positive changes your organization is making (or hoping to make) in the interest of balance sheet management.
  • How digitalization will affect balance sheet management.

Featured Speaker


John Bovenzi joined Oliver Wyman as a Partner in 2009 and is Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s failure resolution task force. Before joining Oliver Wyman, Bovenzi served for 28 years in senior-level positions at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC); the last 10 as the Deputy to the Chairman and the Chief Operating Officer. His publications include the book Inside the FDIC: Thirty Years of Bank Failures, Bailouts and Regulatory Battles (2015) and Too Big to Fail: The Path to a Solution (2013).

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