6th Annual Credit Risk Management Forum

The next five years in risk management can bring more transformation than the last decade. CRisk 2020 will help credit risk management professionals to prepare for the upcoming requirements and demands.

The 6th Annual Credit Risk Management Forum is dedicated to address the key burning issues, discover solutions through discussions and provide participants with a platform to inspire each other. The event will be an amalgamation of interesting case studies, interactive panel discussions and networking sessions, with a strong focus on current and future trends.


On behalf of GLC,
Aletta Lemak

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:00 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:30 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:45 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Facing the challenges with management of and compliance with the flood of regulatory requirements

  • 09:40 Supervisory benchmarking IFRS 9 models and macro forecasts

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 Modelling issues – Interaction between IRB and IFRS9

  • 11:30 How to proceed on Integrated Stress testing? Current Developments and demands

  • 12:10 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: The future of stress testing

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Basel IV – Practical challenges and the impact on the mortgage business model

  • 14:30 Year 2020 in IRB models from supervisory point of view

  • 15:10 Supervisory review on Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book under ICAA P

  • 15:50 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 16:20 Introducing sustainability risks into credit risk management

  • 17:00 Challenges in Credit Risk Modelling and measurement of model risk

  • 17:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 17:50 End of Day 1

  • 18:00 Evening Program

Day two

  • 08:00 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Evolution and Future trends in Credit Risk Modelling

  • 09:40 Risk culture and governance: decomposing the concept

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 How to set and develop efficient risk appetite framework

  • 11:30 KYC/AML aspects of credit risk management

  • 12:10 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: Leading innovations in digitisation for credit risk management

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Prudential backstop and the impact in NPL handling

  • 14:30 Advanced risk measures in the Credit Life Cycle of the Wealth Management Security Based Lending Business

  • 15:10 Closing Remarks from the Chairassessment?

  • 15:20 Farewell Tea, Coffee and Networking

  • 16:00 End of Day 2

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Our Speakers

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Catherine Keane
Catherine KeaneHead of Bank and Country Risk
Bank of Ireland
Karlis Danevics
Karlis DanevicsMember of the Management Board
David Vanden Abeele
David Vanden AbeeleHead of Risk Modelling & Data Analytics
Credo Software & Consulting
Andreea Petreanu
Andreea PetreanuHead of Credit Risk Management
Mizuho International
United Kingdom
Darius Grinvaldas
Darius GrinvaldasHead of Credit Risk Modelling
Danske Bank
Dorte Kurek
Dorte KurekRisk Management Professional
Joseph Jawahiri
Joseph JawahiriHead of Scanning & Applicability Assessment
David Grünberger
David GrünbergerHead of Section, Prudential Policy and Accounting
European Central Bank
Alper Eker
Alper EkerHead of Retail Credit Risk
Garanti BBVA
Gergely Gabler
Gergely GablerDirector, Prudential Modelling and IT Supervision Directorate
Central Bank of Hungary
Andrea Buzzigoli
Andrea Buzzigoli Head of Global Wholesale Credit Risk Analytics
United Kingdom
Gernot Hinterleitner
Gernot HinterleitnerHead of Integrated Risk Analysis
Raiffeisen Bank International
Frank Hunziker
Frank HunzikerDirector, Credit Risk, Rating and Derivatives Analyst
Martin Vojtek
Martin VojtekHead of IRB Models Assessment
Czech National Bank
Czech Republic
Maurizio Garro
Maurizio GarroSenior Lead - IBOR Transition programme
Lloyds Banking Group
United Kingdom
Bastiaan Stücken
Bastiaan StückenAssociate Director Portfolio Management Retail Banking
The Netherlands

Our Advisors

Thomas Ribarits
Thomas Ribarits Head of Financial Engineering and Advisory Services Division
European Investment Bank
Hakan Yar
Hakan YarChief Risk Officer
BC Partners Management Lux Sarl
Laurent Balthazar
Laurent BalthazarHead of integrated risk management
Ali Ugur
Ali UgurChief Economist, Head of Prudential Regulation
Banking and Payments Federation
Ralf Zeitlberger
Ralf ZeitlbergerWorkout coordination including saving banks
Erste Group bank
Petr Franěk
Petr FraněkHead of Strategic Risk Management
Ceská sporitelna (Erste Group)
Czech Republic
James Tebboth
James TebbothChief Credit Officer
Nationwide Building Society
United Kingdom

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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
  • Quantitative Analysts
  • Compliance Officers

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