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San Francisco Region Bankers' Forum
Teleconference on Liquidity Risk Management

Friday, September 22, 2017, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time

On September 22, 2017, the FDIC’s San Francisco Regional Office will host a teleconference on Liquidity Risk Management.

Liquidity risk management remains a topic of regulatory focus particularly given migration in the use of potentially volatile funding sources, changes in the levels of liquid assets, and evolving demographics which may impact future customer behavior. FDIC examination staff will discuss regulatory expectations surrounding liquidity risk management for community banks. An emphasis will be placed on liquidity measurement systems, stress testing approaches, and the importance of contingency funding plans. The session will also touch on the development of liquid asset cushions and the potential impact of rising market interest rates and the addition of innovative banking practices could have on a bank’s liquidity position. In addition to regulatory expectations, we will also discuss some potentially volatile funding sources that can present challenges for institutions particularly in a stress scenario.

The 60-minute presentation will be followed by a 30-minute question and answer session. To ensure questions are addressed, participants will have the opportunity to email their questions in advance to Questions may also be submitted during the live broadcast.

Who Should Attend

San Francisco Region Supervised Banks: We encourage Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents, Chief Risk Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Treasurers, and Internal Auditors to attend.

Registration Information

Please complete the online registration form to reserve a teleconference line and receive the conference phone number and passcode.  The teleconference is open to FDIC-supervised institutions in the San Francisco Region.  Participants may call in from any location and are not required to be onsite at their institution.  If you have any problems registering, please send an email to and include your name, title, and bank name/location.

To allow sufficient time for all participants to be connected, we encourage you to call at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the teleconference.


Lance J. Fahrenholz
Senior Capital Markets and Securities Specialist