25 April 2017, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, today announces the appointment of John Webb as Head of Commercial Credit Risk. John joins 4most from Deloitte’s Risk and Regulation practice where he was Associate Director within the Risk Adjusted Applications Team. He will be responsible for providing subject matter expertise on corporate credit risk.
Yesterday the Bank of England kicked off the 2017 stress testing season with publication of two economic scenarios. While the second Annual Cyclical Scenario (ACS) looks at capital positions under stress and – given the economic assumptions are little different from last year, succeeds in its aim of making the exercise predictable – the first ever Bank Exploratory Scenario (BES) tests the banks’ ability to react to a world where the picture is one of compressed profit margins and competition for funding.
07 March 2017, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, has announced the appointment of Keith Church as Head of Economic Modelling. Keith joins 4most from Oxford Economics, where he was Director of Macro Modelling, holding responsibility for the development and coherence of Oxford Economics Global Economic Model.
31 January 2017, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, has appointed Robert King as Director of Consulting. Previously Chief Risk Officer at GE Money Home Lending, Robert brings considerable experience in consumer credit risk management.