Bank Treasury SIG

In partnership with Deloitte and FIS Global, we invite you to join us for our upcoming Bank Treasury SIG. This workshop is tailored for bank treasurers, within the Banks and Mutuals, however we do encourage all Treasurers who have an interest in this bank treasury to attend.

In this annual update, we will hear from:

  • Steven Cunico – Partner, Deloitte
    • Banking sector overview including results analysis for Australia’s major and second tier banks for FY22


  • Hussain Niazi – Sales Director, FIS
    • Treasury management topics have come back as a focal point given the unprecedented challenges through the pandemic and now, post recovery inflationary pressures and rising funding costs. Both globally and within Australia, there is noticeable a trend for integrating siloed risk management strategies within Treasury and automating analytics & reporting by reducing the overhead around manual processes. With key resources freed up from the more operational aspects, the shift to an analytical Treasury has seen an increased demand for a comprehensive balance sheet management solution which can provide consistency & comparability across IRRBB, LRM & FTP as well as to proactively position for an evolving regulatory landscape. Likewise, institutions are looking more closely at Cloud based options over more traditional on-premise deployment to leverage the scalability and accessibility benefits whilst reducing the IT expenditure on both hardware and personnel”


  • Jo Dodd – Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
    • Latest APRA developments – a canter through APRA’s current thinking on capital reforms, resolution planning, credit risk reporting, the CLF, risk & culture and climate risk


  • Danny Fischer – Managing Director, Head of Strategic Solutions Asia Pacific, HSBC
  • Jared Cohen – Director, Strategic Solutions Group Global Banking, HSBC
    • Developments in bank capital since the global financial crisis for the major banks, regional banks and mutuals
    • Recent movements in the cost of various types of capital
    • Global perspectives for what counts as “bank capital


  • Erica Santosaputri – Head of Liquidity Risk, APRA
    • The Financial system has been going through significant challenges in the last few years. The COVID-19 pandemic was an enormous health and economic challenge which raises significant risks for financial systems around the world, including in Australia. While the system is still dealing with recovery post pandemic, geopolitical issues, high inflation and the backdrop of tightening interest rate cycle across the globe has again continue to test the strength of Australia financial system. Despite all these, the Banks have remain resilient. Nevertheless there is still high volatility and uncertainty in the market. In this session we will look at the impact of these events to the Banks liquidity position and how the Banks have responded and weathered through these period of uncertainty.


Date: Wednesday 23rd November 2022

Time: 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM AEDT

Delivery: Microsoft Teams (individual links are sent by 4pm the day before the webinar) 



ACTA Members: Free 

Non-Members: Free (Normally $110)



Nov 23 2022


12:30 pm - 3:30 pm


Online - Microsoft Teams


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