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3rd Annual Advanced Credit Risk Modelling and Validation

Designing credit risk models that generate powerful insights and create a stronger business impact

27-29 Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore

Conference Workshop

Credit Risk Model Develelopment

Data Preparation to Deployment and Maintenance

Workshop Moderator: Dr. Terisa Roberts

Company: Global Solution Lead: Risk Modelling and Decisioning,SAS, Singapore

Why You Should Attend

3rd Annual Advanced Credit Risk Modelling and Validation

The implementation of IFRS 9 has change the way banks book provisions on financial assets. With IFRS 9, banks are required to practice future potential losses, by using ECL model instead of incurred loss model, lower closing rate, and incorporation of numerous models in order to comply with IFRS 9 regulation. The volume and depth of data required, not to mention the analysis of data extracted, has lead banks to unmanageable, even too large for legacy systems to process. Financial institutions are having major concerns on meeting data requirements to support ECL model, with data gaps growing.

Data standardisation across all financial institutions also offers significant benefit for industry and regulators alike, suggesting that it should be easy. In practice however, the process has been difficult to apply. The information gaps that arise in the absence of standards definitely aggravate financial fragility.

In terms of macroeconomic effect, major risk includes a growth recession in China, a rise in global long term real interest rates, and a crescendo of populist economic policies that undermine the credibility of central bank independence, resulting in higher interest rates on safe, advanced country government bonds. A significant Chinese slowdown has already unfolded as President Trump's trade war against China continues. This negative impact has indirectly affected all market's volatility.

With the rise in AI, leading financial institutions are leveraging AI to achieve credit risk predictions, monitoring, model reliability, and effective loan processing, indirectly creating superior customer experience, new revenue streams, and lower costs. Yet, most institutions are not taking advantage on this technology fully, keeping them one step behind.

In this conference, key experts in the address critical issues most relevant to the current financial economy. Now, more than ever, financial institutions are in dire need of finding solutions for optimize results in data gathering,

In this conference, the world's foremost experts address the critical issues most relevant to the current economy. The message is that the rapid pace of change in the global business environment presents a multitude of hazards for entities of all types. Now more than ever, organizations are called to see beyond business-as-usual. Disruptive change represents a choice which side of the change curve do organizations wish to be on? Remaining complacent will only place you in the position of becoming captive to events. Thus, over these two days, we invite you instead to take part in some of the most important conversations occurring in the business world today so that you will be able to chart your own course.


Key Topics

  • Gauging the Impact on Credit Risk Modelling Post IFRS 9 Implementation
  • Periodical Review and Enhanced Strategies for the IFRS 9 Model
  • Aligning Credit Risk Management with IFRS 9
  • Rethinking Credit Risk Models: Tools and Techniques
  • What will the Future Bring for Credit Risk Management

  • Why Choose marcus evans?

    marcus evans specialises in the research and development of strategic events for senior business executives. From our international network of 63 offices, marcus evans produces over 1000 event days a year on strategic issues in corporate finance, telecommunications, technology, health, transportation, capital markets, human resources and business improvement.

    Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.

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    Practical Insights From

    Frankie Phua
    Managing Director and Head, Group Risk Management
    UOB, Singapore

    Nishank Srivasta
    Managing Director, Credit Risk Management
    Credit Suisse, Singapore

    Vivien Chan Pik Har
    Head, Credit Risk Management
    RHB Bank, Singapore

    Dr. Tey Chun Maw
    Head, Singapore Credit Risk and FRS 9 Model Validation
    Maybank, Singapore

    Muhammad Rehan Nasir Rana
    Head, ICAAP and Model Validation
    Dubai Islamic Bank, UAE

    Nihit Mohan
    Senior Manager, Retail and PvB Credit Risk Stress Testing
    Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore

    Ismas Isurifazly Ismail
    Vice President, Credit Risk and Modelling
    Bank Rakyat, Malaysia

    Louis Brown
    Head, Credit Risk Modelling
    Investec, United Kingdom

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