ALM Survey Report 2022
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MORS launched this survey during spring 2022 as a means of gaining an understanding of financial institutions globally, at a time when Treasury, Risk and Finance functions alike had been experiencing exceptional challenges. The contributors represent a diverse array of banks varying greatly in the nature of their business, and the geographical spread of the contributors represents a global view of the banking business in 2022. This report has been compiled from the results of the MORS Software 2022 ALM Survey and has therefore essentially been written collaboratively by the banks that took part.
In reading the report you will gain an understanding of what banks banks thought were the greatest challenges in ALM faced by banks in 2021 and what they expect to be the biggest challenges in ALM expected in 2022. You will also learn which regulatory metrics represented the banks’ main constraints in 2021 and which ones banks expect to be their main constraints for the next 12 months.
Initially, MORS Software launched the ALM survey during Spring 2021 as a means of gaining an understanding of financial institutions globally, at a time when ALM, Balance Sheet Management, Financial Planning, and integrated Stress Testing alike had been experiencing exceptional challenges.
“Half of all banks surveyed felt that the macroeconomic challenges driven by COVID 19 and the impending Russian invasion of Ukraine caused their main ALM challenges in 2021.”
“Macroeconomic factors causing market volatility as a result of geopolitical uncertainty will be the main cause of concern for banks in 2022.”