How to Measure the Success of Your Customer Swap Program
You launched a customer swap program for your financial institution. You may have one swap, or many swaps, under your belt and you want to understand just how successful your program has been.
How to Structure, Launch and Build Your Interest Rate Swap Program
A borrower swap program is a tool to help banks compete for long-term, fixed-rate loans. Success starts with identifying goals, deciding how to resource, and building the program.
Video: Tools to Manage Interest Rate Risk
Interest rate risk is embedded in every financial institution’s balance sheet. Board members should encourage their management teams to consider adding derivatives to their tool kit.
Back-to-Back Interest Rate Swaps Explained in 3 Minutes
Back-to-back swaps work as follows: the bank enters into two separate transactions with the customer: 1) a floating-rate loan and 2) a companion fixed-rate swap with its customer.
Video: Understanding Interest Rate Risk
This video outlines how interest rates impact the typical bank, and explains the board’s role in mitigating interest rate risk.