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NEW DATE: 14th & 15th May 2019
London, UK

Credit Risk Modelling for Banks - 2nd Annual Practitioners' Forum

The Only Forum to Specifically Address Recent PRA, EBA, IFRS 9 and Basel Modelling & Validation Developments & their Solutions

WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA AT THE 2nd Annual Credit Risk modelling Forum...

Hear multiple case studies allowing you to learn from your peers' experiences including...
"Managing Delivery of the Multiple EBA & PRA 2020 Model Rebuild Programme Requirements"
"Tackling the EBA's New Rules for Loss Given Default (LGD) Estimation of Downturn"
"Experience of Using New Technology to Meet Credit Risk Modelling & Validation Expectations"
  • SEB...
"Meeting the EBA Guidelines for the Margin of Conservatism (MoC) Framework"
"Enhancing Approaches for Effective IFRS 9 Stress Testing"
Have your questions answered by Banks on the 3x Q&A Sessions:
"EBA and PRA New Definition of Default Requirements including Calibration and Regulatory Change Process"
  • Bank of Ireland Group - Principality Building Society - Leeds Building Society - YBS Group - and others...

"Refining and Simplifying the IFRS 9 vs. IRB Modelling and Stress Testing Landscape"
  • Investec - J.P. Morgan - International Investment Bank - Nationwide Building Society - and others...

"Managing Multiple Simultaneous Regulatory Demands for Model Redevelopment and Adjustment"
  • Bank of Ireland - Lloyds Banking Group - HSBC - Nationwide Building Society - J.P. Morgan - and others...
Plus updates and guidance on other key Regulatory requirements and expectations:
"Bank of England Perspectives on Credit Risk Modelling Practice and Direction"

"PRA’s Cyclicality Framework for mortgage PD"

"Implications of the EBA’s RTS on Downturn Specification"

"Impact of ECB’s TRIM on Modelling Practice Including Phase II Low Default Portfolio Focus"

"Impact of the BCBS Finalisation of Basel III (Basel IV) on the Modelling Landscape and Approaches"

The 2019 Credit Risk Modelling for Banks Forum in numbers..

25+ Speakers
Sharing their experiences and expertise with you
16+ Sessions
Proving solutions and guidance to your issues
70+ Delegates
Network with peers that share your challenges

Just some of the past attendees to Infoline's credit risk modelling Forums include...

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