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Retail Credit Risk Conference

Following 10 successful years, Retail Credit Risk remains the only dedicated European event on retail credit risk modelling, management and regulation.
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RCR Experts speaking include:
Patricia Jackson Strategic Adviser Risk Governance and Regulation EY
Stephan Wiehler Head Rating Models & Stress Testing CREDIT SUISSE
Uttiyo Dasgutpa Regional Head of Retail Risk HSBC BANK
Juhana Rauthovi Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Member of Group Executive Committee ÅLANDSBANKEN
10th forum highlights include:
•	PRA 2015 modelling priorities
•	Revised Standardised Approach
•	Developing LGD / PD Models
•	IFRS9 for Credit Risk
Practical pre-conference workshop:
Understanding: IFRS9 Expected Credit Loss Implications for Credit Risk Measurement and Management
Reviews from 10 Years of RCR:
"Great Content Coverage."
We Ming Oh
BARCLAYS
"Good and complete overview of Credit Risk Modelling"
D. Bouvier
Dexia
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10th Annual Retail Credit Forum - Highlights

Europe's only dedicated retail credit risk event - now in its 10th year
20 Retail Credit Risk experts
18 Panels and case studies
• 15 Heads of Risk and Modelling

Credit Risk and LGD/PD Modelling Developments:

• Align CRR and IFRS9 models
• Develop downturn LGD models
• PiT v TTC model development
 Stress Testing mortgage portfolios
Model risk and model review 

Regulatory Updates for Retail Credit Risk:

UK model priorities for 2015
BCBS Revised standardised approach to credit risk models
Mortgage Credit Directive

10 Years of Dedicated Credit Risk content

Shaped by Heads of Risk and Modelling, Retail Credit Risk remains the foremost European forum on retail credit risk issues. Add your voice to the conversations in 2015.

10th Annual Retail Credit Risk Forum 2015 - Featuring the Latest Regulatory, Modelling and Risk Management updates for European Banks and Building Societies

Overview - 10th Annual Retail Credit Risk Forum

Welcome to Retail Credit Risk 2015, Europe's leading forum on credit risk modelling, management and regulation for European Banks and Building Societies.

As you will well know, the last 10 years have brought unprecedented new challenges for credit risk professionals. The introduction of Basel II models, the IRB and standardised model process and IFRS provisioning standards have brought new levels of complexity to modelling credit risk. T
he impacts of the financial crisis also continue to be felt on business operations, loan origination and interest rate volatility.

Now in its 10th year, the Retail Credit Risk forum has enabled 100s of Heads of Risk and Modelling to find and implement solutions to the challenges facing the industry. With new regulatory and business pressures in 2015, no doubt this expert forum will continue to be of great value to all credit risk practitioners. 

Please view the Retail Credit Risk forum latest agenda to see the full benefits of attending in 2015.

Don't miss the technical pre-conference workshop:

Understanding:
IFRS9 Expected Credit Loss
 Implications for Credit Risk Measurement and Management

28 April 2015 - Central London

Led by - Steven Hall, Partner Financial Risk, KPMG

Key Sessions on the 2015 programme:

Driven by industry priorities, the agenda for Retail Credit Risk is developed by practitioners for practitioners. 

Key issues under discussion in 2015 include:

UNDERSTAND NEW REGULATORY UPDATES:

Regulatory credit risk model priorities
BCBS Revised Standardised Approach
Mortgage Credit Directive implications
Workshop - Aligning IFRS9 and credit risk 

ENHANCE CREDIT RISK MODELS:

• Regulatory compliant PiT & TTC models
• Coherent downturn LGD models
• Appropriate modelling for unsecured lending
• Conducting effective annual model reviews
Panel - Model review and calibration
and more....

ADAPT THE BUSINESS:

10 Years of credit risk modelling and their impacts
• Applications of social media in decision models
• From credit risk monitoring to effective collections
• Stress testing mortgage portfolios 
• Panel - Navigating risk and growth in retail portfolios  

Join the 100s of firms who have benefited from Retail Credit Risk, including:

Sovcombank Deloitte & Touche Standard & Poors Dankse Bank National Australia Bank Santander SEB Kort AB Helsinki Branch Lacent BV Raiffeisen Bank International AG Royal Bank of Scotland Risk Management
Co-operative Bank Svenska Handelsbanken Aktia Savings Bank Sparkassen Rating & Risikosysteme GmbH HSBC Welcome Finance Nationwider Building Society KPMG Credit Analytics Ltd Hymans Robertsons
Co-operative Financial Services Bank of England Itau Unibanco SA Fair Isaac Services Ltd Barclaycard Plc Hometrack Yorkshire Building Society RBS ÅLANDSBANKEN Bank of Scotland
Leeds Building Society BOSI Bank Of Scotland Ireland Jerrold Holdings UK Asset Resolution Ltd Coventry Building Society Skipton Building Society DNB Barclays Cisbio Bioassays Diamond Bank Plc
Prudential Regulation Authority Sberbank Corporate University St Louis University National Australia Group DnB Nor Standard Bank Plc FICO Permanent TSB Callcredit UniCredit Bank
Euristix LTD PwC Yorkshire Bank Pareto Analytics TSB AIB Bank Santander UK West Bromwich Building Society Halifax Moody's Analytics UK Ltd
Imperial College London National Bank Financial Group Volterra Consulting Rabobank Experian Central Bank of Malaysia EY ANV Credit Suisse OP Pohjola Group Central Cooperative
QA Financial Regulator Bank Leumi Banco Itau Unibanco Stephenson Harwood University of Southampton Financial Services Authority University of Edinburgh Business School Aktia Pankki Oy Northern Rock
Principality Building Society Lloyds Lansforsakringar AB Virgin Money HBOS

10 Popular Years of Retail Credit Risk discussion:

"Thorough, in depth analysis of credit risk techniques."
A. Giddings
CO-OPERATIVE FINANCIAL SERVICES

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(updated 26 January 2015)

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