IFRS 9: Impact on Credit Risk Modelling

22 & 23 February 2017, 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. Sessions will cover impairment models and rules, adapting to the expected credit loss model, and managing volatility under IFRS 9.

Course Highlights:

  • The impact of regulatory changes under IFRS 9 to the modelling of Credit Risk
  •  Insights from experienced industry practitioners
  • Examination of the business impacts of IFRS 9
  • Discussion of the similarities and differences in the IRB and IFRS 9 approaches
  • Focus on the challenges relating to data requirements for IFRS 9

Who Should Attend:

  • Credit Risk Modelling
  • Credit Risk Management
  • Impairment modelling
  • Loss impairment
  • IFRS 9 Programme Manager
  • Model Validation
  • CRO
  • Compliance Analyst
  • Regulatory Analyst
  • Internal Audit
  • Finance Manager
  • Accounting Policy

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand the approach to credit risk modelling as set out by IFRS 9
  • Knowledge of the importance of managing volatility under IFRS 9 and the impacts this may have on P&L
  • Awareness of the data challenges presented by IFRS 9 and how these can be overcome
  • Understand how to adapt to IFRS 9 Expected Credit Loss Model
  • Strategies to manage volatility under IFRS 9
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