Look into the next generation for MRM to create a mature, holistic framework alongside the latest developments in automation and ML model explainability
The GFMI 19th Edition Model Risk conference will reflect on the latest updates to model risk guidance from the regulators and what this means for everyday model risk practices. Experts will also explore the impact of market anomalies on model risk and how to take your model risk frameworks to the next level to effectively manage model overlays and incorporate automation for updates. Discussions will also be held into how to overcome explainability challenges of AI models via an effective three lines of defense approach as well as tackling data bias within these models. Finally, assessments will be made into how to create a standardized approach for model validation.
Attending This Premier marcus evans Conference Will Enable You to:
- Evaluate the key takeaways from the latest updates to model risk regulatory guidance.
- Assess the impact of anomalies on future model risk practices.
- Test whether your model is appropriate for use.
- Overcome bias challenges within ML and AI models.
- Implement best practices for validation of ML models.
- Manage the difficulties surrounding vendor model management.
Best Practices and Case Studies from:
- Olga Collins, Global Head of Model Risk Reporting and Infrastructure, Morgan Stanley
- Kishore Karra, Executive Director, Model Risk Governance and Review, JP Morgan
- Mike Roginsky, Senior Vice President, Model Risk Management Officer, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
- Aruna Joshi, Head of Model Risk Management, Visa
- Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management and Validation, Regions Bank
- Asha Gowda, Senior Vice President, Assistant General Auditor, Treasury and Models, Keybank
- Dr. Joseph Breeden, President, MRMIA