The 2010s have seen boom in Model Risk Management (MRM). Yet as methods have become more refined and departments have become increasingly byzantine, firms are now positioned to ask whether MRM is delivering value for money and whether teams are delivering on agility and efficacy. The marcus evans 3rd edition Model Risk Management conference held between 17-19 November, 2021, aims to give practical advice on how banks can balance the more pioneering and forward-looking model risk approaches with an agile and commercially viable MRM function that balances pragmatism with efficacy, and delivers value for money for the bank. Attend either in person or virtually this two day conference packed with exciting case studies and an optional interactive workshop during day 3 which will enable you to walk away with actionable insights for your MRM strategy.

Attending this marcus evans conference Will Enable You To:

  1. Redouble efforts to ensure strong fundamentals for MRM that balance pragmatism with efficacy
  2. Implement market leading approaches to ensure the agility and efficiency of your MRM function
  3. Glean the latest insights around the role that machine learning and artificial intelligence have to play in and for MRM

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3AtNNKu, or contact Ria Kiayia at riak@marcusevanscy.com

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