A timely industry-led conference to address the opportunities and challenges that can be drawn from liquidity regulation to help influence future bank funding strategies.
Banks are shifting their funding profiles in response to a highly regulated environment. Liquidity regulation will significantly change how banks fund and manage their balance sheets and these changes will have knock-on effects to the banking market more broadly in terms of pricing and availability of funds. This conference will address the opportunities, challenges and advantages that can be drawn from regulation to help influence future funding strategies for all participants in Australia’s diverse banking market.
Industry practitioners will:
Who will attend?
Large, regional and mutual banks as well as building societies and credit unions from the following areas:
Along with regulators, investment banks and rating agencies
Attend to learn:
- Funding profiles and strategies under LCR & NSFR
- Changing terms and maturity of funding
- Outlook for wholesale and deposit markets
- Strategies for maintaining a stable funding profile
- Bank funding strategies for smaller institutions
- Led by the treasurers of CUA, Heritage Bank & Greater Bank
Peter Haller is Treasurer of Heritage Bank and has over ten years experience working in finance. Peter is responsible for implementing the funding strategy of the Bank. Peter overseas Heritage’s dealing desk, structured finance program and financial risk management. He has implemented and developed the balance sheet management and treasury management systems used by the bank.
Prior to working at Heritage Peter held various roles in Government in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Papua New Guinea and has also worked in analytical roles in various utilities companies.
Australian Securitisation Forum
Chris is the part-time chief executive officer of the Australian Securitisation Forum, the peak industry association for participants in Australia’s securitisation market. He is also an independent member of the investment committees of two Australian fixed-income funds.
From 2000-08 Chris was the country head of Standard Poor’s Ratings Services. This role had responsibility for the management of S&P’s credit ratings, managed-fund research, index services and financial data businesses in Australia and New Zealand. His background includes roles in corporate banking, treasury, technology and auditing.
ING Bank Australia
Peter joined IBAL in 2008 to manage the bank’s interest rate risk and secured funding.
Since joining IBAL, Peter has managed the internal RMBS and established the external RMBS programme known as IDOL. Under the IDOL programme, IBAL has completed 10 transactions for more than $9 billion including fixed rate and USD tranches.
Peter has a Bachelor of Business (Finance and Management) from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University.
Peter has more than 20 years of experience in treasury and financial markets.
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