Adapting model governance is the key to robust machine learning implementation in credit decisions.
On the 15th April the PRA wrote to the CFO’s of the top seven banks to give their initial opinions on the implementation of the new impairment requirements under IFRS 9. As expected for such a substantial subject, the findings, based on their written auditor reporting work, are varied in nature. Through discussion with a range of lenders and client engagements, we see many of the issues raised by the PRA. However, there are also some omissions that we expected to see.
Machine Learning has been one of the hot topics in finance over the last few years, with benefits observed in most areas – many large institutions have prototyped and implemented techniques across decisioning, strategy optimisation, and fraud. The other key area that Machine Learning can bring significant benefits to, is automation.
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CECL may seem like just another regulatory burden, but the exercise of digging deep into your loan book can have big pay-offs far beyond 31 Dec 2019.
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Today 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, announces the appointment of Phillip Dransfield as their new Client Partner. Phillip joins from Zopa, where he was the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and a previous client of 4most.
A recent Bank of England working paper highlights the link between banking market competition and financial system stability. Consistent with earlier work, it highlights that as competition increases, the banking system overall responds typically by moving to higher risk lending. However, in addition, it describes how individual banks tend to converge with the most-risky becoming more secure as competition increases.
Providing insight beyond the macroeconomic headlines. 4most, the leading risk analytics consultancy, has successfully launched a bespoke economics subscription service. The international service brings rigorous economic analysis to the challenges faced by the financial services sector.
21 September 2018, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, has appointed Alvin Ng as their new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Alvin joins from the UK arm of the Weston family’s private office, Galewest Investments Ltd, where his role spanned strategic tax planning and global private assets management. At 4most, he will be responsible for directing and managing all aspects of the finance function and will be a key component in 4most’s leadership team.
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Welcome to the first edition of RegRadar. With publication of Basel III reforms in December 2017, the ongoing EBA RWA harmonisation programme and both the BoE & the ECB consulting on the Definition of Default for credit risk, forward planning and timely implementation is key to understanding how reforms will impact capital and compliance costs of current and future business plans.
The financial services industry has recently undergone a major change due to the introduction of IFRS 9 impairment requirements. This has come generally at increased costs due to either the redirection of internal resource or engagement of third parties to develop compliant models.