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Is Your Certificate Promotion Doing What You Want?

As liquidity and cost of funds pressures continue to be a focus, credit unions are exploring possible funding options within the liquidity toolbox. Among them, certificate promotions which, in this rate environment, are becoming a more frequently used tool. On the surface, attracting liquidity through certificates seems straightforward. Offer a competitive rate, promote it, and […]

Rewards in Risk/Reward Trade-offs

Since market rates have been increasing, more focus is being put on balance sheet optimization. It’s important to remember that many types of analyses, such as NEV and NII volatility, focus on the risks when viewed in a rising rate environment. It’s important to understand the risks, but not in a vacuum. Remember to view […]

Don’t Forget to Look Down

For a very long time, asset/liability management (A/LM) and managing interest rate risk (IRR) were almost exclusively about what would happen if market rates rose.  When rates were near zero, risk limits that looked down to negative rate environments did not receive much consideration.  But that’s not the case anymore.  The industry needs to dust […]

Policy Risk Limits are Often a Moving Target

With market interest rates on the rise for the first time in nearly 15 years, comes a host of new considerations for the credit union industry. Among them is an understanding that many Interest Rate Risk (IRR) policy limits are in fact a moving target. Whether rates stay put, continue to increase, or possibly head […]

A/LM Education – Fundamentals & The Next Step

Our three-day A/LM Education course includes:

  • The Fundamentals: Using A/LM for Actionable Business Intelligence
  • The Next Step: Connecting A/LM with Strategy

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