Regulatory compliance has significantly altered the model development and validation landscape, while increasing the amount of data to be validated.
Institutions that depend on poorly designed models or err in model output can miss opportunities or keep management from identifying major threats on the horizon. However, testing model inputs, calculations, and outputs can instill confidence that management decisions are based on reliable information.
Moody’s Analytics was recently named a Category Leader in Model Validation Solutions, 2019, a new Chartis Research report that assesses 10 leading model validation vendors. This report evaluates seven core capabilities: data input, model analytics and pricing, reporting, suitability, workflow, and predictive capability.
Join Chartis Research and Moody’s Analytics as we discuss ways institutions can adopt effective model validation techniques and processes amid an expanding technological and regulatory environment.
- How model validation – and attitudes to it – have changed
- Dealing with fundamental data challenges
- The future state: transparency, explainability, and interpretability
The traditional loss-minimizing approach to managing corporate trade credit can keep write-offs low but may be overly conservative.
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Traditionally, corporate trade credit limits have been set based on customer size, an internal or external credit score, and a qualitative sense of risk appetite. These limits have been effective in minimizing write-offs, principally because they are conservative.
Company AA, a U.S.-based transportation company, defaulted in August, 2018. The Moody’s Analytics EDF™ (Expected Default Frequency) metric and Early Warning Toolkit highlighted the company’s rising default risk 33 months before default. This case study details how the EDF measure and Early Warning Toolkit can assess risk.
We describe how model validation can be an important value-adding tool rather than a mere regulatory requirement.
Climate change and its increasing economic toll on businesses in different sectors of the economy is discussed, including how to operationalize the response to climate change risk, given stakeholder need. Also discussed is the linkage between environmental risk and other ESG risk factors to security returns and measures of credit risk.
As firms move ahead in meeting a variety of regulations, executives are looking for solutions that not just meet these requirements, but improve business processes.
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Join Chartis Research and Moody’s Analytics as we discuss ways institutions can achieve effective model validation techniques and processes amidst the growing technological and regulatory environment.