Register now for the FICO Toronto IFRS 9 Forum
Please join FICO experts at the Fairmont Royal York, Toronto on the afternoon of November 30, 2016 for a discussion among risk and finance peers on IFRS 9.
Institutions that are ready to start testing their IFRS 9 Impairment solutions may have the complications of initial model development behind them. But be assured, the new regulation’s complexity makes implementation equally challenging. There are many determinations to make, a lot to overlook, and costly mistakes to make.
Learn more about how institutions from around the world are dealing with these challenges. We will share our insights based on helping many other financial institutions in end-to-end IFRS 9 adoption.
Daniel (Dan) Hensel, Principal Consultant, Financial Services, FICO
Daniel focuses on IFRS 9-related projects in the EMEA region, with over 15 years of experience in the credit risk area. Daniel came from TSB bank, UK where he led the IFRS 9 modelling program through to completion. As the Risk representative on TSB's IFRS 9 Accounting Policy Board, Daniel also provided thought leadership and analysis to support IFRS 9 policy interpretation and impact assessments across all of the banks portfolios. Daniel's valuable insights lead to him being asked to participate as a panelist at Annual UK IFRS 9 conference.
Prior to his time at TSB, Daniel was Head of Model Development for Allied Irish Bank with responsibility for the development and maintenance of Regulatory and Operational models across the banks Corporate, Commercial and Retail portfolios.
Damien Burke, Head of Regulatory, 4most
Damien is an expert in Credit Risk and Regulation, obtained over 16 years in the industry, specializing in retail credit, and has a broad range of experience in Wealth and Corporate Credit. Damien has been heavily involved in the large scale regulatory changes over the last three years driving change for major UK banks, covering CRDIV, COREP and now IFRS 9. Damien runs the regulatory practice at 4most and is responsible for delivering IFRS 9 for a number of clients in the UK, as well as providing regulatory guidance for current European Accounting Standards and capital regulation.
Prior to joining 4most, Damien held roles with other consultancy firms and UK banks.
José Tagunicar, Senior Director, FICO’s Global Credit Lifecycle Practice, Fair Isaac Advisors
Fair Isaac Advisors provide visionary approaches to business challenges, relying on years of experience working with clients around the world, leveraging new data science expertise, proven analytics techniques and FICO’s leading platforms, to drive success and improved performance for our Clients. In addition to Fair Isaac Advisors, Jose has held other leadership positions at FICO, serving as the head of the America’s Analytic Delivery as well as the Solution Management Business Consulting Team (Pre-Sales).
Prior to FICO, Jose was the Senior Vice President of Credit Risk Management at Washington Mutual Card Services (formerly Providian Financial) in San Francisco, California. José was the Portfolio Risk Manager, where he managed the risk and profitability of a $25 billion credit card portfolio. José was integral part of the executive team that turned around the performance of Providian Financial in three years, which led to the successful merger with Washington Mutual.
• What are the typical challenges during parallel run?
• Is there an acceptable threshold for volatility?
• How do we validate IFRS 9 models? When should we rebuild?
• What’s changing post IFRS 9 implementation?
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 12:00 PM - 6:00 PMEastern Time
Fairmont Royal York100 Front Street WestToronto, Ontario M5J 1E3Canada
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