Bank Failure Fallout: A Risk Management Checklist for Institutions
The Darling Consulting Group team has been in contact with hundreds of banks and credit unions since the bank failure situation unfolded.
Liquidity risk management should help to both optimize a liquidity position and provide robust contingency planning support. Liquidity360°® empowers institutions with a powerful liquidity risk monitoring, stress testing, policy development, and “what if” simulation tool that drives strategy and moves beyond regulatory expectations.
Optimize liquidity with a robust forecasting model that goes beyond managing sources and uses and cashflow analysis. Focusing on asset allocation, collateral management, and wholesale funding capacities brings a wholistic approach to scenario planning and stress testing.
What are probable and extreme stress test scenarios and how might both impact your liquidity position? Liquidity360° facilitates customized idiosyncratic and systemic scenario testing. Easy, single-page assumptions inputs make the process of scenario analysis easy, yet comprehensive. Users may complement each stress test with a remediation scenario supported by a contingency funding plan.
What would it mean for your institution to manage its risk appetite beyond your policy limits? Customize and monitor key performance indicators with an early warning system that alerts users of risk well before action is required.
With hundreds of bank and credit union users and growing, your institution can take advantage of the industry's regulatory best practices. Benefit from thousands of exam cycles, thorough reporting, and robust contingency policy documentation.
DCG leverages decades of experience validating liquidity models nationwide across the full spectrum of banking institutions. Our team guides Liquidity360° users from the starting line of data implementation to the finish line of producing clear and concise results and reports.
Aninteractive solution for liquidity risk management monitoring, forecasting, contingency planning, and reporting.
Cash flow forecasting
Customizable liquidity risk triggers
Contingency planning what-if simulations
Liquidity risk monitoring reports
Comprehensive policy statements