ALM exams revisited

Schenk, Mike
January 2001
Credit Union Magazine;Jan2001, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p23
Trade Publication
Highlights the training conducted by the United States National Credit Union Administration for examiners for better recognition of asset/liability management (ALM) issues. Questions to be asked by ALM examiners; How credit unions with mortgages and complex investments will be evaluated; Use of a valuation model for reviewing ALM issues.


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