ALM Technology Systems

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Asset and liability management (ALM) can be defined as the process of managing and optimizing assets and cash flows that financial institutions (FIs) use to meet their duties. It covers a broad area – like market risks and its interrelationships – along with other facets such as customer dynamics and key products. ALM and its processes and system are evolving, according to the paper: “regulations, processes of integration and emerging industry standards are all converging to create a new complex

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