WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA AT THE 3rd Annual Credit Risk modelling Forum
Benefit from regulatory guidance and 17+ Banks providing insights into practical experiences via multiple case studies and panel sessions. Hear from your peers experiences on topics including:
- 'Exiting Covid: What were the data implications of Covid-19 and their impact on credit risk models'
- 'How to efficiently apply machine learning for credit risk calculations'
- 'Panel Session: Refining and Simplifying the IFRS 9 vs. IRB Modelling and Stress Testing Landscape'
- 'EBA Stress Testing Requirements- The evolution of the ESRB Adverse Scenario- Systemic Risk Methodologies'
- 'Best Practice Approaches for Meeting the Margin of Conservatism'
- 'The impact of 'Initial and Further Payments Deferrals- IFRS 9' on the measurement and classification of Lifetime Expected Loss'
- 'Basel IV Requirements- Limits to the Reduction in Capital and Revised CVA framework for Corporate Products'
- 'Integration of Climate Risk Methodologies on Credit Risk Models- Managing Multiple Frameworks of Sustainability'
Credit Risk Modelling for Banks Forum in numbers..
Sharing their experiences and expertise with you
Proving solutions and guidance to your issues
Network with peers that share your challenges
Just some of the past attendees to Infoline's credit risk modelling Forums include...
ABN AMRO - Bank of England - Ceska Sporitelna - De Volksbank - Deutsche Bundesbank - European Investment Bank - Landsbankinn HF - Management Solutions - Privredna Banka Zagreb - S Rating und Risikosysteme - West Bromwich Building Society - Accenture - Bank of Ireland - Close Brothers - DekaBank - d-fine GmbH - FCMB Bank UK - Leeds Building Society - Moody's Analytics - PwC - Santander - Arca PRM - Boubyan Bank, Kuwait - CRIF Czech Credit Bureau - Deloitte - DNB - International Investment Bank - Lloyds Banking - Nationwide Building Society - Raiffeisen Bank International - Societe Generale - AS SEB Pank - CaixaBank - CRIF SpA - Deutsche Bank AG - ECB - JSC SEB Banka - LPB Bank - NIBC - RBS - The Saudi Fund for Development...
RECONNECT WITH THE INDUSTRY
Our first priority in bringing Credit Risk Modelling for Banks back in person is to work closely with local authorities and venue partners.
Discover more about what range of measures we are taking, what Credit Risk Modelling for Banks may look like this year and why you can book with confidence based on our new booking policy.
The event will be planned carefully in accordance with the latest UK government guidelines.