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24 November 2021

24 November 2021

Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book 2021 - 7th Annual European Forum

The only forum to address key IRRBB challenges, alongside ALM & Balance Sheet management discussions for European and UK banks

Featuring Regulators, Heads of ALM, Treasury, Funding, Liquidity and Balance Sheet Management from Banks and specialist Advisors

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If you book and pay now but, for any regulatory or company policy reason, you cannot attend we will issue you with:

       - a credit note for you, or a colleague, to attend another event
       - or a full refund

Today's key IRRBB issues being tackled for a 7th year...

Covid-19 has had a big impact on how firms manage IRRBB whilst also creating a perfect storm alongside the Libor discontinuation and rising inflation. 

For the first time in years, interest rates could be rising in the foreseeable future and banks need to start considering the implications of this and how it affects their balance sheets.

The conference allows banks and peers to benchmark their solutions and hear what the latest developments in IRRBB management are, and how they interlink with various other banking regulations and expectations from supervisors.

Why this 7th annual event remains the leading IRRBB Summit...

  • 15+ Senior IRRBB specialists from Banks
  • 12 key topics on the programme
  • 9 detailed case studies from Banks
  • 2 interactive panel sessions
  • 20 speakers sharing expertise
  • ...and all in just one day!

Hear case studies allowing you to learn from your peers' experiences including...

  • ALM Risk, Profitability and Hedging Post Covid-19
  • Risk Management Implications in Relation to Libor
  • Changing Client Behaviour and Aligning Transfer Pricing of Non-Maturity Deposits with Balance Sheet Management Objectives
  • Balance Sheet Optimisation through IRRBB
  • Capital Requirement Implications for Different Approaches to Managing IRRBB from an Economic and IFRS 9 Perspective
  • Managing IRRBB Guidelines vs Practice and Economic Approaches: Currencies and Net Interest Income

What else makes the 7th annual Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) Summit so unique...

18+ speakers

Sharing their experiences and expertise with you

12+ sessions

Proving solutions and guidance to your issues

70+ attendees

Network with peers that share your challenges

who attends Infoline's IRRBB FORUMS...

  • Banco Santander
  • Arion Bank
  • Deutsche Bank
  • The Co-operative Bank
  • Commerzbank
  • Deloitte
  • Erste Financial Services
  • HSBC
  • KBC Group
  • mBank
  • National Australia Bank
  • Nomura Research Institute
  • PwC
  • RBS
  • SEB
  • Accenture
  • BaFIN
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Central Bank of Ireland
  • European Banking Authority
  • Investec Specialist Bank
  • Metro Bank
  • Nationwide
  • Nordea
  • Quantitative Risk Management
  • RBS Equities
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • UBS
  • ACPR
  • Banco Popolare
  • Barclays
  • Charter Court Financial Services
  • Credit Suisse
  • Deutsche Bundesbank
  • European Central Bank
  • JP Morgan
  • LGT Group Holding
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Nederlandsche Bank
  • Novo Banco
  • Rabobank
  • Santander UK
  • Starling Bank
  • Yorkshire Building Society
  • AIB
  • Belfius
  • Charter Court Financial Services
  • De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Equiniti
  • EY
  • Kasikornbank
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • MORS Software
  • NLB
  • Prudential Regulatory Authority
  • Sberbank
  • Co-operative Bank


Our first priority in bringing Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book back in person is to work closely with local authorities and venue partners.

Discover more about what range of measures we are taking, what Complaints Management Forum may look like this year and why you can book with confidence based on our new booking policy.

The event will be planned carefully in accordance with the latest UK government guidelines.