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Replay | Market Pulse | Managing liquidity mismatches during Covid-19

Missed the webinar? You can watch this recording of our session with voices from across the asset management industry

Missed the webinar? You can watch this recording of our session with voices from across th

Maintaining the balance between assets and liability is exceptionally challenging for fund managers as a result of Covid-19. During this practical 40-minute session for traditional and alternative asset management professionals, our cross-sector panel will give tips and guidance on managing liquidity risk and preparing for recovery:

  • What kind of liquidity mismatches have you seen since the outbreak began?
  • Have your liquidity risk frameworks, models and methodologies helped you during the crisis?
  • Have you called upon any liquidity risk tools as a kind of safety net?
  • In terms of liquidity risk, is the most critical shock phase already behind us?
  • Will Covid-19 change how you approach IOSCO recommendations and ESMA stress testing?

Speakers include experts from UBS, DWS Investment and Santander. KPMG Luxembourg’s risk service authority Martin Reinhard will host, and Francesco Vittori will moderate the panel discussion.


Market Pulse webinar series

As we tackle the current Covid-19 situation together, you may feel the need to connect and collaborate with your peers, so we're hosting a series of weekly expert sessions for asset management and alternative investment professionals starting Thursday 7 May.

View the full schedule

These Covid-19 sessions are suitable for:

  • Management companies, AIFMs and their management committee
  • Asset managers and alternative investment managers
  • Senior management and board of directors of investment funds 

For more information about KPMG’s Market Pulse webinar series please click here or contact

We look forward to seeing you there!


Online webinar


Martin Reinhard
Tel.: +352 22 51 51 7978


20 May 2020


Start time: 11:00am CET

End time: 11:40am CET

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