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To lay the foundations of credit risk management, using score-based policies for decision making, for those new to Credit Risk and those requiring an overview of lending techniques.
- How do Banks make money? Influencing the bottom line
- Credit Risk toolkit: principles of scoring and the organisation
- Acquisition strategies: balancing risk vs reward
- Account management strategies: learning through limits
- Collections strategies: focussing effort for best returns
- Management information: strategy and portfolio evaluation
- Measuring bad debt: consistency and clarity
- The regulatory environment: who and what are Basel, IFRS9 and GDPR?
- The real world: lessons for the future
At the end of this seminar, delegates will know:
- Key elements of product profitability – and the inter-relationships with customer behaviour
- Bank balance sheet basics
- Principles for building credit scorecards and designing score-based strategies
- Management information techniques for refining strategies and portfolio monitoring
- Role of risk appetite for informing company strategy
- Metrics for defining delinquency, provision and default
- Key regulation governing credit risk
- How the events of 2007-2008 shaped the industry today
Who should attend
- Analysts and Policy Makers new to Credit, not necessarily involved directly with scoring on a daily basis
- Experienced Credit Managers who require a strategic overview of credit risk management and lending techniques
- Auditors and regulators
Format and materials:
Formal presentations with many practical exercises and whole group discussion.
Break-out discussion and feedback groups.
Seminar manual to take away.
Available as an open or in-house seminar. All open seminars are held at the historic Mercure Grand hotel in the old financial district of Bristol, BS1 2EL,UK. In-house seminar dates are arranged to suit the client.
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