The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago is pleased to announce that experts from Performance Trust Capital Partners will join James Hotchkiss and Ashish Tripathy on the weekly market update webinar on Thursday, March 28. This webinar will discuss the future yield curve environment and interest rate movements, as well as, how to protect net interest margin. All FHLBank Chicago members are invited.
In a Flat Yield Curve Environment, What Is An Investor To Do?
- Date: Thursday,
- Time: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. CST
How to Access the Webinar:
Please register for the event by clicking here and selecting the March 28 webinar date from the dropdown menu.
- To join the call, dial 1-877-309-2074
- Access Code: 644-177-973
- Webinar ID: 129-056-451
- To view slides after the webinar, please access the Solutions section in eBanking.
Contact James Hotchkiss at email@example.com or Ashish Tripathy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a flat yield curve, what is an investor to do? Predicting interest rates doesn’t work, so you have to cast aside your rate bias and use math to measure your potential outcomes if rates fall, rise, or remain unchanged. We will explore how to defend your net interest margin (NIM), in the scenario where you have the most exposure.
Brian Battle is a director at Performance Trust. He is recognized nationwide as a market expert who provides valuable insight on issues related to liability management, mortgage securities, and general market and taxable municipal bonds.
With 30 years of experience, he brings a disciplined and analytical approach to the middle markets in the financial industry. Mr. Battle is a frequent on-air commentator for CNBC, Fox Business News, National Public Radio, Chicago Tonight and Bloomberg TV.
Adam C. Buresh
Adam Buresh joined the Performance Trust trading desk in March 2009. In this role, he researches and trades new sectors, particularly bonds backed by mortgages that aren’t traditional residential loans and are government or agency guaranteed.
Prior to Performance Trust, Adam spent three years at Banc of America Securities in New York, where he worked on the PMBS structuring and trading desk. His past experience includes work at the Risk Management Association, a banking industry association based in Philadelphia.