You are able to register for the competition by clicking here. This link will direct you to the FMO Academy. You can click here for the FMO Academy self registration guidelines for external learners.
The deadline for registration in order to partake in the competition is Friday, the 30th of June 2017.
After registration you will receive a confirmation and all necessary information to effectively take part in the Online ALM Competition.
Podrá inscribirse en la competición al pinchar aquí. Este enlace le llevará a la FMO Academy. Puede hacer clic aquí para las directrices de auto registro para alumnos externos de la FMO Academy.
La fecha límite para inscribirse y participar en la competición es el viernes 30 de junio del 2017.
Después de inscribirse, recibirá una confirmación y toda la información necesaria para formar parte eficazmente de la Competición Online en ALM.
participation alm competition
Competing with peers
In phase one, banks from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe/Central Asia region will compete against one another in one of four groups throughout an online competition. From the start there will only be one industry, one economy and one competition. The group winners in terms of the share price obtained at the end of the competition will be invited to participate in phase two of the competition, including a two-day event held in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Each participating bank is required to engage a qualified team of 4 people. Team members should be nominated from any of the following functions or departments within the bank: ALCO, Asset & Liability Management (ALM), Treasury, Risk Management, Finance, Internal Audit and Compliance.
Commitment to Participate
The ALM competition should be seen as an excellent opportunity for participants to learn more within their own bank about the effective practicing of Asset & Liabilities Management (ALM), whilst the competition is ongoing. Participants are encouraged to consult expert practitioners within their bank and to ask for assistance when making decisions for their “Virtual Bank”. There is no limit to the amount of advice a team can use in order to make optimal decisions for their bank during a quarter. It is therefore important for nominated team members to be in a position to devote the required time to the competition. Team members should be able to devote time for the duration of the entire competition. In order to make a proper decision approximately three (3) hours per decision-making period are required. That means that teams should be able to meet at least twice, for around 1,5 hours at a time, as a minimum. In phase one there will be four decision-making periods between half July and end of September.
The participation fee per participating bank is 899 euro (€899).
This is a fixed price per bank, not per participant.