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Registration is now open for our 40th Annual Conference! 

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Asset/Liability Management

The Changing Landscape of Liquidity Management

Jeff Croteau

Account Manager

Darling Consulting Group

Jeff is an Account Manager at Darling Consulting Group, where he assists financial institution executives in strengthening their asset liability management (ALM) process. In this role, he provides custom solutions for managing interest rate risk, liquidity risk, and capital. Jeff is also knowledgeable in the areas of deposit strategies, regulatory compliance, and executive-level education.

Jeff Reynolds

Managing Director

Darling Consulting Group

After serving as an auditor in the insurance and banking industries, Jeff joined DCG in 1996. His analytical and managerial skills led him on a career path within DCG that culminated in his current role as Managing Director. In this capacity, Jeff’s primary responsibility is advising clients on ways to enhance earnings while more effectively managing their risk positions. He regularly assists clients with strategic and capital planning projects and has also served on numerous due diligence teams for client acquisitions. Jeff is a frequent author and speaker on a variety of balance sheet management topics and has served as a guest faculty member for the ABA’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

An Eagle Scout, Jeff volunteers in his community as a Boy Scout leader and assists with leadership development programs. He received a B.S. degree in business administration from Salem State University in Massachusetts.

Just three years ago, the #1 liquidity challenge for most community banks centered on how to stay afloat during the unprecedented pandemic-induced cash surge into the financial system.

As the saying goes: “A lot can change in a short period of time.” The Federal Reserve raised rates more extensively and rapidly than any point in time dating back to the early 1980s. In early 2023, “March Madness” took on new meaning for bankers with the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and other large regional institutions. The resulting suddenly-raised awareness of the value of FDIC / NCUA insurance has presented new risk management challenges. All while technology and non-bank tech services create new opportunities and risks in balance sheet funding.

How prepared are you to navigate this change?

Don’t miss DCG Managing Director Jeff Reynolds and Senior Consultant Jeff Croteau as they share recent observations from the field, challenge conventional thinking on liquidity management, and offer thoughts to assist your institution in managing the changing process.

We hope you will join us for this CPE-eligible session.

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