About the Course

About the Course

About The Course

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. Additionally, day one will look at how hedge accounting can be aligned with risk management practices and reduce the volatility of the financial statements.  

Day two will include sessions on methodological issues for stress testing under IFRS 9, models assurance, and post regulatory expectations for monitoring, reporting and benchmarking.  The final session will involve taking a look at what is next with IFRS 9.

The course will be presented in a classroom format with opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.  

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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
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Course Highlights
  • Learn about adapting to the IFRS 9 expected credit loss model 
  • Understand how to manage volatility and credit risk steering  
  • Understand post regulatory expectations of monitoring, reporting and benchmarking
  • Stress testing methods under IFRS 9
  • Guidance on the determination of significant deterioration 
  • Analysing what lies ahead for the future with IFRS 9
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Learning Outcomes
  • Understanding how a firm measures risk in accounting practices
  • Comprehending the challenges of IFRS 9 implementation 
  • Gain understanding of the ECL model and how to estimate expected losses due to credit loss 
  • Looking at how hedge accounting can reduce volatility on the financial statements 
  • Discuss different techniques for developing compliant models for IFRS 9