Asset/liability management

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Asset/liability management

The task of managing the funds of a financial institution to accomplish two goals: (1) to earn an adequate return on funds invested and (2) to maintain a comfortable surplus of assets beyond liabilities. Also called surplus management.

Asset/Liability Management

Any active management strategy that involves coordinating a company's or fund's assets and liabilities such that the two together form an adequate return. Generally speaking, one aims to invest such that assets exceed liabilities as much as possible.
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Prior to joining First Charter, Richard served as Vice President - Director of Asset and Liability Management at Integra Bank in Evansville, IN where he was instrumental in implementing a new asset and liability model, and managing the bank's market risk positions.
In this position, Green will be responsible for overseeing BankUnited's investment portfolio management, asset and liability management, wholesale and retail funding and secondary market activities.
A much sought-after speaker, Bernd has also published several books, including Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting, Liability Hedging and Portfolio Choice, Introduction to Modern Portfolio Optimization and his latest work, Asset and Liability Management Tools: A Handbook for Best Practice.
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Written by Bernd Scherer, managing director of Deutsche Asset Management and bestselling author of Portfolio Construction and Risk Budgeting and Asset and Liability Management Tools.
Fitch considers a strong level of understanding of asset and liability management by both hospital boards and hospital management as key to achieving sound strategies.
Kamakura management has published six books and more than 100 publications on credit risk, market risk, and asset and liability management.