asset and liability management committee


asset and liability management committee
= ALCO
A senior management committee of a bank or financial institution that has overall responsibility for setting and overseeing risk-control policies in relation to the balance sheet (see asset-liability management; gap analysis). In some cases it will also be responsible for general management policy.

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