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3rd Edition IRB Models, the Standardised Approach for Credit Risk, and Capital Floors

Develop credit risk models under the latest requirements mandated by the IRB and standardised approach

27-28 Nov 2017
Marriot Marble Arch, London, United Kingdom

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Conference Speakers

Vitor Manuel Branco Oliveira
Senior Economist, Macroprudential Policy Unit
Banco de Portugal

Dorota Siwek
Policy Expert
European Banking Authority

Gottfried Gruber
Senior Examiner, On-Site Supervision Division
Oesterreichische Nationalbank

Thomas Villadsen
Economist Regulatory Affairs
Jyske Bank

Catherine Keane
Head of Bank and Country Risk
Bank of Ireland

Edward Huang
Head of Risk and Portfolio Analytics
Shawbrook Bank

Andreas Koutras
Head of Portfolio Risk Management
FBN Bank

Simon Hills
Executive Director - Prudential Capital
UK Finance

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Yiota Andreou


marcus evans (Europe) Ltd
PO Box 24797
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Email: YiotaA@marcusevanscy.com


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Develop credit risk models under the latest requirements mandated by the IRB and standardised approach