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2009 financial institutions conference

2009 Financial Institutions Conference

Armonk Conference Center, NY

April 3, 2009

is the u s economy

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Is the U.S. economy
  • Stabilizing
  • Getting worse
  • Improving
economic conditions will bottom

0

Economic conditions will bottom
  • 2Q ‘09
  • 3Q ‘09
  • 4Q ’09
  • Early 2010
  • Late 2010 or 2011
  • Later
unemployment will peak at

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Unemployment will peak at
  • 8.5%
  • 9%
  • 9.5%
  • 10%
  • 10-12%
  • Higher than 12%
what s the greater risk for the global economy in 2010

0

What’s the greater risk for the global economy in 2010?
  • Deflation
  • Stagflation
  • Recessflation
  • Inflation
slide6

0

How quickly will investors risk appetite improve – how soon will they be willing to increase weighting on bank credit risk?
  • This is already happening
  • Substantial recovery by mid-year 2009
  • Gradual improvement by end of year
  • No improvement this year
  • No improvement next 2 years
by the end of 2009 the broad market equity indices will be

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By the end of 2009, the broad market equity indices will be
  • Unchanged
  • Significantly higher
  • Lower
  • Significantly lower
i expect u s treasury 10 year yields to finish 2009

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I expect U.S. Treasury 10 year yields to finish 2009
  • More than 50 bps lower than their current level
  • More than 50% higher than their current yield
  • Within 50 bps above or below their current level
between now and the end of 2009 the u s treasury curve 10 year 2 year will be

0

Between now and the end of 2009, the U.S. Treasury curve (10 year-2 year) will be
  • Unchanged
  • Steeper
  • Flatter
slide10

SHORT DATED VOL:  Realized vol for the last 60 trading sessions is about 10.5 bps per day for the 7y swap, 3 months forward.  At some point over the balance of 2009, I expect to see realized vol:

Increase to above 13.0 bps per day.

Increase to between 11.5 and 13.0 bps per day.

Remain range bound between 9.5 - 11.5 bps per day.

Decrease to between 8.0 - 9.5 bps per day

Decrease to below 8.0 bps per day

10

slide11
LONG DATED VOL:  Implied vol for the 7y swap, 3y forward is about 6.5 bps per day.  At the end of 2009, I expect to see it:

Increase to above 8.0 bps per day

Increase to between 7.0 - 8.0 bps per day

Remain between 6.0 - 7.0 bps per day

Decrease to between 5.0 - 6.0 bps per day

Decrease to below 5.0 bps per day

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the biggest driver of yields over the remainder of 2009 will be

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The biggest driver of yields over the remainder of 2009 will be
  • Policy rates
  • Quantitative easing
  • Treasury supply
  • Equity markets
bull or bear

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Bull or Bear
  • A. Bull
  • B. bear
in 2009 is your bank securities portfolio

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In 2009, is your bank securities portfolio
  • Going to grow
  • You’ll just replace the run-off
  • You’ll be shrinking the bond portfolio
within the mortgage backed securities space your top purchase for the portfolio in 2009 will be

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Within the mortgage-backed securities space, your top purchase for the portfolio in 2009 will be:
  • Agency passthrus
  • CMO Floaters
  • Seasoned stripped 15 year
  • GNMA PACs
  • Front sequentials
  • Non-Agency CMOs
  • MBS Passthroughs
  • All of the above
  • None of the above
within agency space your top bond choice in 2009

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Within Agency space, your top bond choice in 2009
  • Discount notes
  • Agency bullets
  • Callables
  • TLGP
in 2009 your bank will

0

In 2009, your bank will
  • Expand lending
  • Shrink lending
  • Hold it flat
  • Go out of business
the largest concentration of lending on my balance sheet is

10

The largest concentration of lending on my balance sheet is
  • Owner-occupied commercial real estate
  • Residential mortgage loans
  • Commercial and industrial loans
  • Consumer loans
  • Other
your main objective from an asset liability management objective is to

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Your main objective from an asset liability management objective is to
  • Lengthen duration of my earning assets, relative to my liabilities
  • Term out my liabilities relative to my assets
  • Prepare for Fed tightening
  • Protect against bull flattener
the bulk of my floating rate loan portfolio is tied to

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The bulk of my floating-rate loan portfolio is tied to
  • Prime
  • Fed funds
  • 1-month LIBOR
  • 3-month LIBOR
i would describe the 1m versus 3m libor basis risk of my bank as

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I would describe the 1m versus 3m LIBOR basis risk of my bank as
  • Irrelevant
  • Miniscule
  • Significant
  • Very significant / extremely large
my bank s experience during the financial crisis

0

My bank’s experience during the financial crisis
  • Has gone closely along the lines in our contingency funding planning
  • Our contingency planning could use some revisions
  • We are ahead of the game and pleasantly surprised
slide23

0

Would you describe the government’s liquidity programs in the context of your bank’s funding strategies
  • Day-to-day funding
  • Strategic funding
the market for deposits has

0

The market for deposits has
  • Been more competitive in the past year
  • Been less competitive in the past year
  • Stayed the same
the top source of funding for my bank s incremental loan growth in 2009 is

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The top source of funding for my bank’s incremental loan growth in 2009 is
  • Deposits
  • TLGP
  • Advances
  • Repos
  • Federal Reserve
the most valued service citi can do for your bank on the public side in 2009 is

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The most valued service Citi can do for your bank on the public side in 2009 is
  • Sell you bonds
  • Buy all your bonds at par
  • Buy just your toxic assets at par
  • Figure out a solution to your nonperforming loans that does not involve taking a loss
  • Repo funding
  • Hold next year’s bank conference in Florida
the stress test will demonstrate that my bank is

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The stress test will demonstrate that my bank is
  • Adequately capitalized
  • Inadequately capitalized
  • Over-capitalized
  • So overcapitalized we want to give back all the TARP money
bank analysts have adequate information on which to base investment recommendations on banks

0

Bank analysts have adequate information on which to base investment recommendations on banks
  • Agree
  • Disagree
nims in 12 months will be

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NIMS in 12 months will be
  • 20 bp higher
  • 10-20 bp higher
  • flat - 10 bp higher
  • 10 bp lower
  • 10-20 bp lower
peak in loan loss provisions will be was1

0

PEAK IN LOAN LOSS PROVISIONS WILL BE / WAS
  • 4Q 08
  • 1Q 09
  • 2Q 09
  • 3Q 09
  • 4Q 09
  • 2010
  • 2011
the fasb s new proposal to revamp other than temporary impairment is a reasonable fix

0

The FASB’s new proposal to revamp other-than-temporary impairment is a reasonable fix?
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • What’s FASB?
slide40

0

Existing hedge accounting rules pose a significant challenge to my bank’s asset-liability management
  • Agree
  • Disagree
the greatest threat to financial market stability is

10

The greatest threat to financial market stability is
  • Mark to market in illiquid markets
  • Leverage
  • Bad assets in accrual books
  • AIG
  • Tim and Ben
  • Defaults, foreclosure
  • Plunging real estate prices
concerning the new public private investment fund my bank is likely to

10

Concerning the new Public-Private Investment Fund, my bank is likely to
  • Sell securities
  • Sell loans
  • Sell both
  • Limited or no participation
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2009 Financial Institutions Conference

Armonk Conference Center, NY

April 3, 2009

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