IFRS 9 After Implementation In-House Training – GLC Europe
IFRS 9, when the rubber hits the road
IFRS 9 is said to be the most disruptive evolution banks have been facing in the last 40 years; we will see why it is really so. It is also likely to render obsolete many regulatory requirements. For these reasons and more, IFRS 9 is a major game changer, triggering changes that will require several years to implement and end up with new banking business models.
Today, in 2018, most banks have crossed the starting line with tactical solutions made up with those available – and incomplete – data, with enhanced regulatory models not necessarily fit to the task and with a lot of proxies. Many processes are now being revamped under the challenging co-steering of finance, risk and accounting. And all this is done in the context of a ferocious power play between accounting and regulatory bodies which do not share the same culture nor objectives.
The ambition of this training is to give you the insights and vision that will help you make the right decisions to leverage this challenging standard into added value for your institution.
We work together with expert trainers, who are well-known in the industry. They have the relevant experience and knowledge and they are happy to share it.
–Real Life Case Studies
-Special Materials and Templates for Future Use
-Question & Answer Sessions
What questions will the training help you answer?
In what ways is IFRS 9 disruptive?
What are the sensitive issues to be expected when running the bank under IFRS 9?
Why is the communication between risk and finance so challenging and how to make it easier?
What are the Key Success Factors for IFRS 9 to power effectively the bank’s processes?
How to align modelling, processes, technological and audit challenges?
What are the alternative credit risk models for assessing point-in-time multi-period PDs?
Jean-Bernard Caen Policy Advisor PRNS France
As a Policy Advisor within the consulting firm PRNS ‘parnass’ since 2014, Jean-Bernard has been working on assignments for Financial Institutions in the areas of risk-finance interactions such as IFRS 9, ALM, capital allocation, risk appetite and the economic assessment of risks. Before that, as Head of Economic Capital and Strategy for Dexia group for 12 years, he was in charge of Basel2 Pillar2 and Risk-Finance cooperation. In 1990, Jean-Bernard founded the Management Consulting firm Finance & Technology Management (FTM), which he ran for 12 years as the CEO. He is a member of PRMIA France Executive Committee, of AFGAP Management Board, and he teaches at the French National School of Economics and Statistics; he is also a senior lecturer and he published numerous articles.
If you wish to know more about his experience, do not hesitate to contact us.
Feel free to suggest the topics that you would like to learn about at our IFRS Training Course.
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Benefits of In-house Trainings
Who should attend?
CROs, CFOs, COOs, Presidents/VPs/EVPs/FVPs/SVPs, Global Heads, Department Heads, Managing Directors, Directors, International/Senior Managers OF:
Balance Sheet Management
Bank & Country Risk
Counterparty Credit Risk
Credit Portfolio Management
FI Risk Management
Funds Transfer Pricing
Interest Rate Risk
Risk Model Development
and various Risk professionals in related Risk functions.
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