3rd Annual Credit Risk Management Forum
02-03 March 2017

NH Berlin Mitte Hotel
Berlin – Germany

 

“The program was great and the attendance impressive.” – Technical Committee Chair European Payment Institutions Federation

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3rd Annual Credit Risk Management Forum

Credit Risk Management is a hot topic wherever we go. After the financial crisis and credit crunch hit the world economies the importance of Credit Risk Management emerged even more. Credit Portfolios, Credit Scoring and Creditworthiness of individuals and companies are common terms in the everyday life of the financial sector.

During 3rd Annual Credit Risk Management Forum – following in the footsteps of GLC renowned Risk Management Series – the participants will hear about the latest regulations, gain insight to volatility under IFRS 9; stress testing and scenario analysis in ICAAP and Recovery plans; risk models; shadow banking; AnaCredit, and many more. Furthermore they can also build long lasting business relationships with the representatives of the most significant financial institutions of Europe as well as regularity members.

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 8:30 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 9:20 Regulatory changes and how they affect bank’s credit risk modelling

  • 10:00 IFRS9 depreciations : lots of operational challenges

  • 10:40 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:10 ECB Workshop – Standardisation of credit risk data : the contribution of AnaCredit to credit assessment

  • 11:50 Accounting for Credit Risk and the Impact of regulations

  • 12:30 Shadow Banking

  • 13:30 Luncheon & Networking

  • 14:10 Updates on regulatory developments impacting on Credit Risk

  • 14:50 NPLs in the euro area – stocktake and recent developement

  • 15:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 16:00 The Single Supervisory Mechanism after two years – where do we stand and what’s next?

  • 16:40 Portfolio Management – Risk Apetite

  • 17:20 The interventions of the European Central Bank throughout the crisis

  • 18:00 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

Day two

  • 08:30 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 09:00 Mapping of ECAI ratings

  • 09:40 Challenges for a Bank in a changing regulatory environment

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 10:50  Stress testing and scenario analysis in ICAAP and Recovery plans

  • 11:30 OTC derivatives and the impact on counterparty credit

  • 12:10 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:10 OPEN PANEL Discussion – Credit Risk Officers’ Perspective On Risk

  • 13:50 Latest developments in regulatory risk measurement

  • 14:30 AIRB Modelling – Status Quo and Way Forward

  • 15:10 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

  • 15:15 Farewell Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

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Arthur Rabatin
Arthur RabatinCIO, Derivatives Counterparty and Funding Risk
Deutsche Bank
UK
Reiner Martin
Reiner Martin Deputy Head of Division / Macro-Financial Linkages
European Central Bank
Germany
Nina Brumma
Nina BrummaMethodology and Membership Executive
Global Credit Data
Germany
Catherine Keane
Catherine Keane Head of Bank and Country Risk
Bank of Ireland
Ireland

Catherine was appointed to her current role in July 2010. She was previously Head of Credit and Market risk in the bank’s Global Markets division. Prior to moving into risk in 2002 Catherine held front line dealing roles in both the Trading and Sales areas in Global Markets, and spent several years in Corporate Lending in the RBS and BOI group. She was Head of Structured Business within the Trading Group prior to her appointment to the Credit role in GM and is very familiar with risk in complex instruments. She is a member of the EMT in Global Markets, a member of the SMT within the Risk division and participates in various senior risk committees in the Group.
In recent years Catherine has spoken at various industry conferences including GARP. CFP, Risk, Marcus Evans and GLC on a variety of risk related topics

Chiara Capelli
Chiara CapelliHead of Group Models Methodologies & Standards and Regional Support
UniCredit
Italy
Jean-Marc Israel
Jean-Marc IsraelHead of Monetary & Financial Statistics Division
European Central Bank
Germany
Peter Quell
Peter QuellHead of Portfolio Modelling for Market and Credit Risk
DZ BANK AG
Germany
Thomas Gstädtner
Thomas GstädtnerHead of Division DG Micro-Prudential Supervision II
European Central Bank
Germany
Louise Lindgren
Louise Lindgren Chief Risk Officer
Länsförsäkringar
Sweden
Javier Villar-Burke
Javier Villar-Burke Financial Analyst
European Commision
Belgium
Sophie Didelot
Sophie DidelotHead of Global Risk Management and Models
Groupe BPCE
France
Marcel Fligge
Marcel FliggeManaging Director, Head AIRB Modeling & PB Credit Analytics, CCAC
Credit Suisse
Switzerland
Filipe Lemos
Filipe LemosCredit Risk Reporting
BNP Paribas
Portugal
David Grünberger
David GrünbergerDeputy Head of Division
Austrian Financial Market Authority
Austria
Thomas Missong
Thomas MissongPresident
European Association of Credit Rating Agencies
Austria
Francisco Catena Moreno
Francisco Catena MorenoChief Credit Officer
Banco Santander
Spain

Get to know some of our renowned past speakers

 Evgueni Ivantsov
Evgueni Ivantsov Chairman
European Risk Management Council
United Kingdom
Reiner Martin
Reiner Martin Deputy Head of Division / Macro-Financial Linkages
European Central Bank
Germany
Louise Lindgren
Louise Lindgren Chief Risk Officer
Länsförsäkringar Bank
Sweden

Louise is Head of Risk Management and CRO at LF Bank AB Stockholm, Sweden. She is responsible for Risk control, Risk & Capital models, Capital and Liquidity Adequacy, ICAAP and Recovery plans at LF Bank.
Previously Louise was head of Group Capital at Nordea Bank, where she was responsible for the capital adequacy for the group , including all legal entities, capital planning and allocation of internal capital as well as capital and credit risk models. Louise has also been working for Citibank and PWC. She is also a member of the Group Executive Management of LF Bank
Louise has since 2011 been a member of the Banking Stakeholder Group at EBA.

Rolf Dürr
Rolf DürrVice President, Head of CECL Analytics
Credit Suisse
Switzerland
JOZSEF NEMETH
JOZSEF NEMETHDeputy CEO
Online Ltd
Hungary
Uwe Seedorf
Uwe SeedorfChief Credit Officer, EMEA
GE Capital
United Kingdom
 Gianluca Cantalupi
Gianluca Cantalupi Head of UK IB Credit Portfolio Management, counterparty credit risk stress
Credit Suisse
United Kingdom
Diederick van Mierlo
Diederick van Mierlo Managing Director, Head of CR&M
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
The Netherlands

Diederick van Mierlo is active in banking for 22 years. He started his career after he finish Law School as management trainee at ABN AMRO.
For the first 10 years he worked in varios commercial roles; after a period at Financial Restructuring and Recovery, he became responsible for the (Dutch) credit approval department.
In 2014 he was promoted as Managing Director within the Central Risk department.
Currently he is head of Credit Risk. In that capacity he is also responsible for the development of the various (Credit) Risks Models AAB uses.
Next to that, he is responsible for Credit risk Modelling and he is the Genaral Risk manager for the International Clients BL of AAB.

Thomas Ribarits
Thomas RibaritsHead of Financial Engineering and Advisory Services Division
European Investment Bank
Luxembourg

Thomas Ribarits holds a PhD degree in system theory and time series analysis and has spent 5 years in Academia at TU Wien and as post-doc at several European universities. In 2005 he joined the European Investment Bank (EIB) within Risk Management where he worked for some 6 years in the area of Asset Liability Management, loan pricing, interest rate risk reporting and performance measurement. In 2011, Thomas was advising and supporting the EFSF (European Financial Stability Facility), implementing a pricing model for programme loans to Ireland and Portugal at the time. He then became in charge of the pricing unit in the Credit Risk Department of EIB, covering a. o. credit risk pricing (EL and UL), loan loss reserves, watch listing and economic capital. Since 2013 he is heading the Financial Engineering and Advisory Services Division in the Treasury Department of EIB. Thomas has led research projects with University College Cork in the area of interest rate modeling and with Manchester University in the area of Economic Capital Modeling for credit risk and acted as presenter at various conferences, among which several World Congresses of the Bachelier Finance Society.

Frank Hunziker
Frank Hunziker Director - Credit Risk, Rating and Derivatives Analyst
UBS Corporate Center Credit Methodology
Switzerland

Over 15 years risk experience whereof 4 years in market risk environment and the past 10 years in the credit risk environment (UBS) with the lead in several Corporate Default Modelling projects (statistical and expert-driven). In the most recent years project lead and focused on integrated Stress Testing environment combining Derivatives, CashLoans and Collateral-positions.
Hobbies include hiking in the mountains, travelling, reading, financial markets, having a good time with his wife and friends.

Guido Sopp
Guido SoppTeam Enforcement and Technical Accounting, Department IV/1
Financial Market Authority
Austria
Philip Winckle
Philip Winckle Executive Director
Global Credit Data
The Netherlands
Christian Düsterberg
Christian Düsterberg Head of Risk Methods & Models
Erste Group Bank AG
Austria
Arthur Rabatin
Arthur RabatinCIO, Derivatives Counterparty and Funding Risk
Deutsche Bank
UK
Catherine Keane
Catherine Keane Head of Bank and Country Risk
Bank of Ireland
Ireland

Catherine was appointed to her current role in July 2010. She was previously Head of Credit and Market risk in the bank’s Global Markets division. Prior to moving into risk in 2002 Catherine held front line dealing roles in both the Trading and Sales areas in Global Markets, and spent several years in Corporate Lending in the RBS and BOI group. She was Head of Structured Business within the Trading Group prior to her appointment to the Credit role in GM and is very familiar with risk in complex instruments. She is a member of the EMT in Global Markets, a member of the SMT within the Risk division and participates in various senior risk committees in the Group.
In recent years Catherine has spoken at various industry conferences including GARP. CFP, Risk, Marcus Evans and GLC on a variety of risk related topics

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Who will you meet?

CROs CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, COOs, VPs, MDs, Global Heads, Directors, Department Heads and International Managers OF:

  • Credit Risk
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Modelling
  • Credit Research
  • Credit Risk Analysis
  • Portfolio Strategy
  • Balance Sheet Management
  • Prudential Policy Division
  • Credit Risk for Retail and SMEs
  • Funds Transfer Pricing
  • Capital Management
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Market Risk
  • Retail Business Development
  • Asset Liability Managers
  • Quanti-tative Analysts
  • Compliance Officers

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We understand that not all senior-level professionals might be available on the dates. As the event is an annual event, most of the attendees try to postpone their engagements or send a small group from their teams to benefit from the conference.

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