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INTERACTION OF IFRS 9 STANDARD WITH THE BASEL FRAMEWORK – ONLINE

INTERACTION OF IFRS 9 STANDARD WITH THE BASEL FRAMEWORK – ONLINE

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Location: ONLINE – ZOOM

Date: 4-6 MARCH 2024

Time: 11:00 TILL 14:00 GMT+2

BACKGROUND

The adoption of the IFRS 9 impairment standard presented a unique convergence of challenges and opportunities in the world of risk management and accounting. This course delves into the increasingly intertwined nature of these two fields, particularly concerning credit risk modeling, capital ratios, and provisions calculations.

This workshop provides comprehensive understanding the interaction of IFRS 9 Impairment Model with the Basel Framework in the context of Credit Risk management.

 

OBJECTIVES

Over the duration of this workshop, participants will develop a detailed understanding of the interaction between the IFRS9 expected loss models and the Basel Credit Risk requirements and understand the convergence in the modelling techniques and where these standards diverge. Participants will be able to leverage the knowledge acquired in their day to day analysis and techniques to develop a better grasp of the models being used and understand their impact on market perceptions and stakeholder relationships.

INTERACTION OF IFRS 9 STANDARD WITH THE BASEL FRAMEWORK – ONLINE
4-6 MARCH 2024 TIME:11:00 TILL 14:00 GMT+2

The adoption of the IFRS 9 impairment standard presented a unique convergence of challenges and opportunities in the world of risk management and accounting. This course delves into the increasingly intertwined nature of these two fields, particularly concerning credit risk modeling, capital ratios, and provisions calculations.

This workshop provides comprehensive understanding the interaction of IFRS 9 Impairment Model with the Basel Framework in the context of Credit Risk management.

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OBJECTIVES


Over the duration of this workshop, participants will develop a detailed understanding of the interaction between the IFRS9 expected loss models and the Basel Credit Risk requirements and understand the convergence in the modelling techniques and where these standards diverge. Participants will be able to leverage the knowledge acquired in their day to day analysis and techniques to develop a better grasp of the models being used and understand their impact on market perceptions and stakeholder relationships.

TARGETED AUDIENCE

 

– Credit Risk Analysts
– Credit Risk Managers
– Credit Risk modeling team
– Credit Portfolio Managers
– IFRS 9 working team
– Risk Management staff across the board
– Senior Relationship Managers and Account Managers
– Internal Audit
– Financial Analysts and Managers
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