Approaches to IFRS 9 & Credit Risk Management London

This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the IFRS 9 standards and address many of the implementation issues including modelling, data challenges and governance issues

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Approaches to IFRS 9 
& Credit Risk Management

London, 12 & 13 September 2018

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This course will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the challenges that have arisen from IFRS 9 implementation, impairment models and rules, adapting to the expected credit loss model, and managing volatility under IFRS 9. The course will be presented in a classroom format with opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.  The course will be presented in a classroom format with opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.  

Who Should Attend
  • Credit Risk Modelling
  • Credit Risk Management
  • Impairment modelling
  • Loss impairment
  • IFRS 9 Programme Manager
  • Model Validation
  • CRO
  • Treasury
  • Compliance Analyst
  • Regulatory Analyst
  • Internal Audit
  • Finance Manager
  • Accounting Policy
Course Highlights
  • Discussion of the impact of regulatory changes under IFRS 9 and modelling it
  • Consideration of how to evolve your perspective of credit risk
  • Learn about adapting to the IFRS 9 expected credit loss model
  • Understand how to manage volatility and credit risk steering
  • Focus on the challenges relating to data requirements for IFRS 9
  • Examination of the business impacts of IFRS 9
  • Understand key governance challenges
Learning Outcomes
  • To develop an understanding of IFRS 9 requirements and how these are implemented
  • Understanding how a firm measures risk and accounting
  • Managing volatility and credit risk steering
  • Insight into the level of data, historic and new that is needed to be compliant in IFRS 9
  • Gain understanding of the ECL model and how to estimate expected losses due to credit loss