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No Surprises: Gaining Strategic Insight Through Stress Test Simulation

Since the global financial crisis, bank stress testing has become an essential part of regulators' toolkits for monitoring and maintaining financial stability. Anticipating the results of a formal stress test through simulation can enhance a bank's internal risk management as well as provide strategic business insight.

December 2016 WebPage David Hamilton

Economic Forecasting & Stress Testing Residual Vehicle Values

To effectively manage risk in your auto portfolios, you need to account for future economic conditions. Relying on models that do not fully account for cyclical economic factors and include subjective overlay, may produce inaccurate, inconsistent or biased estimates of residual values.

December 2016 WebPage Dr. Tony Hughes

Economic Impact of a Trump Presidency

Mark Zandi and the Moody's Analytics team examine the economic impact stemming from potential policy changes under President-Elect Donald Trump. They detail the assumptions behind three new Donald Trump specific forecast scenarios and demonstrate plausible outcomes on economic performance.

December 2016 WebPage Mark Zandi

Writing Effective Credit Memos and Loan Narratives

One size does not fit all when it comes to credit memos. Their primary purpose is to organize borrower information into a concise, consistent format in order to tell a story.

December 2016 WebPage

How to Manage the Impact of IFRS 9 on Earnings Volatility and the Supply and Demand of Regulatory Capital

With the implementation of IFRS 9 underway, institutions want to better quantify the impact of IFRS 9 on provisions, result earnings and capital buffers. During this video webinar, we will discuss the strategic impact of IFRS 9 on earnings, capital and investment concentration.

December 2016 WebPage Burcu Guner, Dr. Amnon Levy

Data Visualization for Improved Credit Analytics and New Portfolio Insight

Market-leading risk professionals are using advanced data analytics to inform sound risk management decisions. Benchmark data can help financial institutions and corporations achieve a more holistic view of credit risk across multiple industries and regions.

December 2016 WebPage Irina Korablev, Grace Wang, Andy Condurache

Expanding Sensitivity Analysis and Stress Testing for CECL

In this American Banker webinar, Moody's Analytics discusses potential approaches for firms to expand on their current sensitivity analysis and stress testing for CECL implementation.

December 2016 WebPage Nihil Patel, Michael Gullette

Modeling Structured Instruments in RiskFrontier™ Software

Utilizing Moody's Analytics tranche simulations and their accurate measures of tranche risk, we have developed methodologies to represent structured instruments in the RiskFrontier software.

December 2016 WebPage Ian Ward, Tomer Yahalom

Top 5 Regulations Commercial & Ag Lenders Should Know

Compliance may be a sore spot for some bankers, but non-compliance is certainly worse. The challenge for lenders is to make profitable loans while not running afoul of any regulatory requirements.

November 2016 WebPage Ann Brode-Harner

Post-US Presidential Election Outlook

Mark Zandi and Ryan Sweet discuss the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, what must be done early in the new president's term to help the economy, and the implication of the election outcome on the fiscal outlook and growth.

November 2016 WebPage Ryan Sweet, Mark Zandi

The Value of Granular Risk Rating Models for CECL

Granular risk rating models allow creditors to understand the credit risk of individual loans in a portfolio, facilitating underwriting and monitoring activities. In this webinar we will outline the value of granular risk rating models for CECL.

November 2016 WebPage Christian Henkel, Dr. Tony Hughes

NIIF 9: Un cambio fundamental en la contabilización de pérdidas de crédito

NIIF 9 introduce cambios en la contabilidad de riesgo crediticio que prometen aumentar la transparencia y confianza en los estados financieros.

November 2016 WebPage Emil Lopez

Quantitative Research Webinar Series: Modeling Through-the-Cycle Correlations

Many financial institutions prefer to take longer-term views when assessing the risks of their credit portfolio. While forward-looking or Point-in-Time (PIT) parameters might be more reflective of the current economic environment, frequent updates may create fluctuations in risk measures.

October 2016 WebPage Jimmy Huang

Using Loan Accounting System Data to Model New Origination

Modeling new origination is important for forecasting the future dynamics of a portfolio, and it is becoming prevalent for banks to use these models for capital and risk management, stress testing, and strategic planning. The main challenge is finding data on new origination dynamics over time.

October 2016 WebPage Tomer Yahalom

The Degree Regulatory Capital is Constraining and Impact on Investment Decision Rules

Pierre Xu, Associate Director of Portfolio Research at Moody's Analytics will discuss how required economic capital (EC) accounts for economic risks such as diversification and concentration effects.

October 2016 WebPage Dr. Pierre Xu

Getting Ready for CECL

The FASB's new impairment standards won't take effect until 2020, but institutions should start planning now. This webinar outlines key considerations for early CECL preparation, including: main challenges; expectations of auditors, regulators, and investors; planning in firms of varying sizes; and how to get started.

October 2016 WebPage Anna Krayn, Emil Lopez

Leveraging Basel and Stress Testing Models for CECL

In this webinar, expert Nihil Patel, outlines how institutions can leverage Basel and Stress Testing models to comply with FASB's new impairment accounting standards.

October 2016 WebPage Nihil Patel

Exposing Actionable Insights in Credit Risk Management

Institutions are transforming their analytic capabilities to move beyond static reports that explain what happened in the past, to more modern analytics that can explain why an event occurred and what is likely to happen in the future.

October 2016 WebPage Mehna Raissi, Grace Wang, Paul Van Siclen

The Next Wave – Implementing a well-designed Internal Model

Institutions are transforming their analytic capabilities to move beyond static reports that explain what happened in the past, to more modern analytics that can explain why an event occurred and what is likely to happen in the future.

October 2016 WebPage Alexis Bailly, Brian Robinson , Martin Elliot

Quantitative Research Webinar Series: The Degree Regulatory Capital is Constraining and Impact on Investment Decision Rules

Pierre Xu, Associate Director of Portfolio Research at Moody's Analytics will discuss how required economic capital (EC) accounts for economic risks such as diversification and concentration effects.

October 2016 WebPage Dr. Pierre Xu

Modeling IFRS 9 Impairments – Tactical Implementation Approaches

Learn how Moody's Analytics is helping institutions of all sizes address the challenges of implementing the IFRS 9 impairment model.

October 2016 WebPage Burcu Guner, Nihil Patel

Quantitative Research Webinar Series: Measuring Required Economic Capital and Parameterizing the Loss Reference Point

Mark Wells, Associate Director of Portfolio Research at Moody's Analytics, outlines how the parameterization of an Economic Capital model differs for accrual and securities portfolios and relates the parameterization approaches with those associated with Basel Advanced-IRB calculations.

October 2016 WebPage Mark Wells

Quantitative Research Webinar Series: Multi-Period Credit Risk and Capital Planning with Proxy Functions

Financial institutions are seeking ways to gain a better understanding of their credit portfolios' risk dynamics, allowing them to foresee and to prepare for potential increases in capital requirements resulting from economic shocks.

October 2016 WebPage Aubrey Clayton, Xuan Liang

Master the Challenges of Small Business Lending

Small business lenders face many challenges that can make lending to small businesses a painful practice rather than a profitable business. In this webinar, our experts discussed how lenders can leverage technology to simplify and automate credit assessment and loan origination.

September 2016 WebPage Nancy Michael

IFRS 9 & The Structured Finance Investor

In this webinar, we detail the specific challenges facing structured finance investors, and propose effective solutions to help address these challenges.

September 2016 WebPage Mehna Raissi, Kate Calligaro, Edison Tam, David Goncalves

CECL Spotlight with Anna Krayn

Listen in as Anna Krayn provides an overview on some key benefits of early CECL adoption.

September 2016 WebPage Anna Krayn

CECL Spotlight with Emil Lopez

Listen in as Emil Lopez identifies key steps firm can take as they prepare for CECL implementation.

September 2016 WebPage Emil Lopez

The Future of Small Business Lending

Learn how leading organizations are leveraging technological advances and risk assessment to: streamline processes; build more efficient, consistent, and profitable small business lending practices; and, enhance the customer experience and provide more value to their constituents.

September 2016 WebPage Nancy Michael, Helene Page

The Long Road to CECL: Implementation Considerations

In this video cast, we will discuss the implications of the final CECL standard and approaches to implementation.

September 2016 WebPage Anna Krayn, Emil Lopez

CECL: Disclosures and Timelines

In this webinar, we explore the implications of new disclosure requirements and the effective dates for CECL implementation. We explain why banks should start preparing for CECL now and what are the advantages to early implementation.

September 2016 WebPage Anna Krayn, Emil Lopez
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