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President, Woodland Bank, Remer, Minnesota
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Big bank. Small bank. Whichever you are, you have detectable risk embedded in your balance sheet - and a regulatory obligation to understand and describe how you will manage that risk. Yet, in-house asset-liability management (ALM) tools are often thousands too expensive, tough to administer, and produce reports that require a PH.D. to decipher.
Enter ALMEdge®, a suite of management tools and services that are relied on by a rapidly growing number of community bankers to guard their balance sheets from interest rate volatility. Get concise readings on your liquidity, earnings, interest rate and yield curve risks, plus your capital position.
And the news gets better: as a UBB Securities customer, you receive ALMEdge for free. Or if you use another securities service for bond sales, you can contract for the Edge at a highly competitive yearly rate. Either way, you receive it all: the industry-leading ALMEdge report, customized consulting and forecasting expertise, and the online service center.
Based on a model built specifically for community banks, the ALMEdge quarterly report delivers all pertinent data tailored specifically to your balance sheet in a clutter-free synopsis that's easy to understand-and easy to relay to your regulators. Read more...
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