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Unformatted text preview: William Chittenden edited and updated the PowerPoint slides for this edition. RISK MANAGEMENT FOR CHANGING INTEREST RATE: ASSETLIABILITY MANAGEMENT DURATION Chapter 8 Key topics 1. Asset, Liability, and Funds management 2. Market rates and interestrate risk 3. The goals of interestrate hedging 4. Interestsensitive gap management 5. Duration gap management 6. Limitations of hedging techniques 72 AssetLiability Management The purpose of AssetLiability management is to control a banks sensitivity to changes in market interest rates and limit its losses in its net income or equity. 73 Asset and Liability Management Committee (ALCO) The ALCOs primary responsibility is interest rate risk management. The ALCO coordinates the banks strategies to achieve the optimal risk/reward tradeoff. Historical view of assetliability management Asset management strategy (control over assets, no control over liabilities) Liability management strategy (control over liabilities by changing rates and other terms) Funds management strategy (work with both strategies) 75 Interest rate risk: one of the main challenges Forces determining interest rates Loanable funds theory The measurement of interest rates YTM Bank discount Components of interest rates 76 Yield to maturity (YTM) = + = n 1 t t t YTM) (1 CF Price Market 77 Bank discount rate (DR) Maturity to Days # 360 * FV Price Purchase FV DR = Where: FV equals Face Value of a Security, such as Treasury Bills 78 Market interest rates Function of: Riskfree real rate of interest Various risk premiums Default risk Inflation risk Liquidity risk Call risk Maturity risk 79 Yield curves Graphical picture of relationship between yields and maturities on securities Generally created with treasury securities to keep default risk constant Shape of the yield curve Upward longterm rates higher than short term rates Downward shortterm rates higher than long term rates Horizontal shortterm and longterm rates the same Shape of the yield curve and a maturity gap 710 Net interest margin Assets Earnings Total Expenses Interest  Income Interest NIM = 711 Goal of interest rate hedging One important goal of interest rate hedging is to insulate the bank from the damaging effects of fluctuating interest rates on profits. 712 Quick quiz 1. What forces cause interest rates to change? 2. What makes it so difficult to correctly forecast interest rate changes? 3. What is the yield curve, and why is it important to know about its shape and slope? 4. What is the goal of hedging? First National Bank of Bannerville has posted interest revenues of $63 million and interest costs from all of its borrowings of $42 million. If this bank possesses $700 million in total earning assets, what is First Nationals net interest margin? Suppose the banks interest revenues and interest costs double, while its earning assets increase by 50%. What will happen to its net interest margin?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2011 for the course FIN 360 taught by Professor Mcgill during the Spring '11 term at Neumann.
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