Please log-in to purchase.

Purchasing for others?

Learn How
Please log into your account at using your own credentials before adding programs to your cart. (If you don't have an account, you'll need to create one; if you have forgotten your password, you can reset it.)
If you'd like to purchase for someone else, or use a payment method associated with another employee, you'll be prompted for that information on a future screen – but please use only your own credentials when making the initial program selection.

Understanding and Interpreting Interest Rate Expectations-Fa24


Additional information



Recording Available Until



Neil Stanley


The CorePoint

Target Audience

ALCO members, CEOs, CFOs, controllers, presidents, lending and deposit team members

Program Time

2:00 pm-3:30 pm CT


90 minutes

In the realm of banking, a nuanced understanding of interest rate expectations is paramount for strategic decision-making, risk management, and ensuring the long-term viability of financial institutions. This course is tailored specifically for bankers, providing them with the essential insights and analytical skills needed to navigate the intricacies of interest rate dynamics in the financial markets.

Throughout this specialized session, bankers will delve deep into the drivers and implications of interest rate expectations, honing their ability to interpret and credibly anticipate interest rate movements. Drawing from both theoretical frameworks and practical applications, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of how interest rate expectations influence banking operations, asset-liability management, and customer relationships.

Specific topics include:

  • Fundamentals of Interest Rates in Banking: An in-depth, practical exploration of interest rate mechanisms, yield curves, and their impact on banking activities such as lending, deposit-taking, and investment management.
  • Macroeconomic Indicators and Interest Rate Expectations: Analysis of key economic indicators including inflation, GDP growth, and unemployment, and their significance for interest rate expectations and monetary policy decisions.
  • Central Bank Policies and Banking Operations: Understanding the role of central banks in pursuing their dual mandate as they set interest rates, interpreting central bank communications, and managing the implications for banking operations and profitability.
  • Participants will be given access to Key Economic Resources for Bankers to enable sustained assessment into the future.

 Target Audience:  Presidents, CEOs, CFOs, ALCO members, controllers, lending and deposit team memb