Webinar: Don't Let Current Liquidity Be “the Tail that Wags the Dog!”

In this webinar we hear from Darling Consulting Group's President Matt Pieniazek and Managing Director Mark Haberland as they address key approaches for liquidity management in today’s challenging and uncertain environment, including:

  1. Determining the right strategies for your institution…on both sides of the balance sheet.
  2. How interest rate derivatives provide important flexibility for liquidity management and earnings enhancement strategies in the current environment.
  3. Why elevated and focused communication with all stakeholders matters.
  4. Rethinking sensitivity analysis and stress testing in a pandemic environment.
  5. Importance of revisiting your definitions and philosophies surrounding total liquidity management.

Watch Recording

MarkMark A. Haberland

Managing Director

Mark has over 25 years providing balance sheet and model risk management education and consulting to the community and mid-size banking space.

A frequent author and top-rated speaker on a wide array of risk management topics, Mark facilitates educational programs and workshops for numerous financial institutions, industry and state trade associations, and regulatory agencies. He is also a member of the Financial Managers Society’s Finance Council.

Mark has been with DCG since 1997 holding many roles and responsibilities, including leading the operations of the firm’s Financial Analytics Group for many years. In his current role, Mark’s passion for teaching and collaboration drives his desire to work with bankers to strive for excellence within their organizations.

Mark lives on the North Shore of Boston with his wife and two children. He is a graduate of St. Michael’s College in Vermont with a degree in accounting.

MattMatthew D. Pieniazek

President, Darling Consulting Group

Matt works with banks nationwide to ensure that their asset liability management process becomes a sustainable profit center through accurate risk assessment
and the development of tailored solutions for earnings enhancement and risk mitigation. He is a frequent speaker and author on balance sheet management topics.

Prior to DCG's inception in 1991, Matt was an audit manager and consultant at KPMG Peat Marwick. He has his MBA from the University of Chicago, and BBA in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame.