This full-day seminar aims to bring non-specialist delegates from BSA members up to a good foundation knowledge of modern credit risk management. It will cover the formulation of prudent credit policies, risk management, monitoring and mitigation, and the feedback loop from data analysis into credit policy.
The seminar will be particularly useful for general management, non-executive directors, and others who need an up to date understanding of how credit risk should be managed, and to be able to form a view on their own society’s policies and approach. It is not designed for credit risk specialists, and complements the BSA’s mortgage underwriting training workshops for front-line staff.
As this is a new seminar, responding to requests and member feedback, and potentially relevant to all BSA members, demand may be high and early registration is advised. If demand is very high, consideration can be given to running the seminar again at a later date.
Much discussion of credit risk goes directly to the detail of how credit risk capital requirements are calculated, the technicalities of internal ratings based models, and in the building society context, the fine detail of the “specialist sourcebook”. This seminar will not cover these topics, which are addressed elsewhere.
Kings College London, WC2R 2LS
Members/Associates: £330 per delegate (VAT exempt)
The cost includes course documentation, lunch and refreshments.
To register please either complete the online form below or email Christie Sharp.