3rd Edition Implementing Credit Risk Models for IFRS 9

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3rd Edition Implementing Credit Risk Models for IFRS 9

Time: April 26, 2017 at 9am to April 27, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Singapore
Website or Map: https://goo.gl/QwZHdt
Phone: +60327236662
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Ellyna
Latest Activity: Jan 3

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IFRS 9 is the number one challenge facing credit risk modellers at the moment. As the 2018 deadline approaches, concerns have shifted to how these models should be tested and implemented, as well as the impact IFRS 9 will have on banks’ capital and provisioning numbers. Marcus Evans invites you to join the 3rd edition Implementing Credit Risk Models for IFRS 9 conference from 26th to 27th April 2017 in Singapore. Among the key topics include implementing IFRS 9 models for parallel runs, managing volatility in your provisioning numbers, embedding IFRS 9 as a business as usual process and preparing for future changes around Basel modeling alongside IFRS 9. This GFMI conference will ensure delegates take away practical insights for implementation of IFRS 9 parallel runs and deep dive into operational issues regarding data requirement. 

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