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IFRS 9 Expected Credit Loss Modelling MasterClass, 19-20 April, 2018 – Vienna, Austria

IFRS 9 Expected Credit Loss Modelling MasterClass

The ECL MasterClass 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 ECL MasterClass 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, beside basic ethics.

Special features:

  • ü  Best practices
  • Regulatory insight
  • Case studies
  • Templates and Step-by-step guides

Training includes:

  • Learn how to interpret accounting requirements of IFRS 9 into a model context
  • Find out how to align International Accounting Standards and EBA Requirements on EL-Provisions
  • Run EBA-Stress Test on IFRS 9 data
  • Combine EBA Baseline and Adverse Scenarios with IFRS 9 models
  • Integrate Stress Test Foresight and Migration Methodologies
  • Run SICR in a Stress Test Framework

For more information, please visit our website and request the agenda.

When

19 Apr 2018 @ 09:00 am

20 Apr 2018 @ 04:15 pm

Duration: 1 days, 7 hours


Where

Mercure Hotel Wien

Westbahnhof Felberstraße 4, 1150 Wien Austria

1150 Vienna

Austria


Organised by

GLC Europe

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