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Liquidity Risk under APS 210

Until recently the tools for measuring and managing funding liquidity had been largely untouched for decades. However, the events of the past four years have shown liquidity to be more volatile and unpredictable than previously thought. Managing the risks in a financial institution's liquidity profile is now at the forefront of planning for senior management and treasury staff.

TITLE: Liquidity Risk under APS 210
CE: 6.5hrs
FEE: Members - $935.00 including GST
Non-members - $1,166.00 including GST
Sydney Jun 19, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm
Sydney Dec 17, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm

About the Speaker

Susan Campbell, Consultant, Argyll Financial & Treasury Consultants

Susan Campbell is a leading risk management expert with substantial experience in senior roles in the finance and corporate sectors. Susan worked for many years with major banks in Melbourne and London as a treasury advisor to Australian and international firms before a subsequent appointment to the role of the Treasurer for Sussan Corporation, a large Australian property and retail group. She has also held a senior lecturer position at RMIT University.

For the last 20 years Susan has run a successful consulting business, ARGYLL, specialising in treasury operations, transactional banking, risk management and internal controls. She also presents and writes for various professional bodies in Australia and overseas.

Susan is a non-executive director of Heritage Bank and Benetas Aged Care and serves on their risk committees. Her role at Heritage Bank, Australia’s largest member-owned bank, gives Susan direct experience and insight into the role of good risk management in financial institutions.

Who is it for?

This course will be of particular value and relevance to those seeking to develop a working understanding of how liquidity works in a financial firm. It is especially useful for those working in roles in risk and compliance, at financial regulators, CFOs/Finance Directors, systems developers for trading and risk management, Treasury, Credit or Operations managers, and ALCO members. 

What will you learn?

This workshop will help you to fully understand the liquidity risks to which your firm is exposed. By participating, you will be able to:

  • identify the key drivers of funding liquidity in a typical financial institution
  • explore the unique issues of the liquidity management process
  • assess key risks within liquidity management and determine their potential impacts
  • review of Basel III and the APRA regulatory framework in context of liquidity risk management - with a detailed focus on APS 210 and its impact on the market in Australia and your firm.


The content was very informative and relevant to ADIs.

Great content and the slides will be useful for future reference.

Susan Campbell is a fantastic presenter.