Learning outcomes

Training Introduction

The ECL MasterClass 4.0 was designed to improve the level of knowledge in the field of modelling requirements from IFRS 9, the EBA Stresstest-Methodology, the EBA IRB-Guidelines and the upcoming Basel IV standards.The MasterClass approach is vastly practical. It will help you to understand fundamental concepts and principles underlying the many new regulations and equip participants with the knowledge to handle the practical implementation challenges and to sort out the complex differences.

One of the reasons why GLC MasterClasses stand out from others is that our participants gain not only the knowledge from highly experienced and specialized professionals, but also learn how to apply the gained insights in real life.

The ECL MasterClass 4.0 is essential for professionals in the field of accounting, auditing and finance, who are aiming for career development. The MasterClass will cover new regulatory topics, especially the Credit Risk Stress test.

Training Schedule

*Please note that the agenda is illustrative, the program can change according to the actual, latest regulations, standards.

Day one

  • 9:00 Registration with Welcome Coffee

  • 09:15 Opening Remarks & Introduction

  • 09:30 Navigating through the Maze: IFRS 9, EBA GLs, Stresstesting, the CRD/CRR Review and Basel IV

  • 10:30 Discussion of the most frequent application issues of IFRS 9

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 11:20 Interaction of 3 Stage ECL accounting and hedge accounting under IFRS 9

  • 12:20 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:00 Modelling PD and treating forward looking information under IFRS 9
    and EBA-GL

  • 14:30 Modelling LGD and Collateral Valuation

  • 15:30: Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 15:50 Steering Profits and Risks based on IFRS 9 and Integration of Stress Tests

  • 16:50 Feedback/Q&A

  • 17:30 End of Day 1

Day two

  • 08:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 09:00 Recap from Day 1

  • 09:30 The new Basel IV Requirements in the modelling context

  • 10:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 11:00 Defaults, NPLs and Stage 3: Critical Issues to be solved with IFRS 9 and
    ECB-Guidelines

  • 12:00 CRR Review and IFRS 9: Determining Regulatory Capital

  • 12:30 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:30 Lease Receivables: Impairment and Regulatory Treatment

  • 14:00 Apply prudential IFRS 9 transitional arrangements

  • 15:00 Workshop summary and Q&A

  • 15:15 Farewell Tea, Coffee and Networking

  • 15:45 End of Day 2

Training Program

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Trainers

Dr. Guido Sopp, CFE
Dr. Guido Sopp, CFE

Dr. Guido Sopp, CFE is an IFRS 9 Expert in the Accounting Team of the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). He is the Co-Lead of EBA Workstream on IFRS 9 and supports the ESMA Enforcement Session (EECS). He is Member of Austrian Accounting Standard Setter AFRAC. Guido published several articles on IFRS 9 and credit risk valuation and holds lectures in IFRS Accounting at two universities.

MMag, Ingrid Nemetz
MMag, Ingrid Nemetz

Ingrid Nemetz, MMag is an IFRS 9 Expert in the Accounting Team of the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). She participates in working groups of EBA and ESMA. Before joining the Financial Market Authority, she worked as accounting expert and lead of the IFRS team of a bank, focused on projects for implementing new standards (e.g. IFRS 7, IFRS 9), supervisory financial reporting, accounting policies for new products and supported stress testing from an accounting and regulatory perspective.

Who should attend?

CROs, CFOs, COOs, Presidents/VPs/EVPs/FVPs/SVPs, Global Heads, Department Heads, Managing Directors, Directors, International/Senior Managers OF:

  • Asset/Liability Management
  • Balance Sheet Management
  • Bank & Country Risk
  • Capital Management
  • Capital Modeling
  • Compliance
  • Counterparty Credit Risk
  • Credit Portfolio Management
  • Credit Research
  • FI Risk Management
  • Funding Risk
  • Funds Transfer Pricing
  • Interest Rate Risk
  • Portfolio Strategy
  • Prudential Policy
  • Quantitative Analysts
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Control
  • Risk Integration
  • Risk Methods
  • Risk Model Development
  • Risk Modelling
  • Risk Strategy
  • Stress Testing
  • Supervision/Regulation
  • Media Partners

and various Risk professionals in related Risk functions from Financial
Institutions across the Globe

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