Modernizing Asset Liability Management: Changing Priorities in ALM Technology, Data and Analytics

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27 June 2023

Recent stresses in the financial sector are causing risk professionals to want more from ALM analytics and technology.


A volatile business environment, evolving regulatory requirements, more integrated approaches to risk management, and technology change all signal a need for best practices in asset liability management (ALM).

With its mission of ensuring a firm’s long‑term stability and profitability, ALM is a crucial function in risk management. ALM was originally developed as a best practice to cope with the fluctuating interest rate environment after the global recession of the 1970s. Today, as rising interest rates are again roiling the industry and triggering dramatic bank failures, banks are aspiring to strengthen their ALM and liquidity risk programs.

This report presents the results of a global survey of 266 Risk, Treasury, Finance, and IT professionals at banking and savings institutions around their ALM methodologies, models, and technology priorities. The study was sponsored by SAS Institute, who worked with Celent to design the survey instrument.

Key findings of the study include:

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