The COVID-19 pandemic has hit various economic sectors across Nordics. The banking sector is no different.
We are bringing the team of Moody's Analytics and Moody's Investors Service experts to discuss:
- Brief overview of the outlook for Nordic Banks
Banking sector outlooks for the Nordics
Impact on asset quality and profitability
Lower for longer interest rates
- Credit risk impact of COVID-19 on corporate industries
Which industries have been impacted most severely?
How can banks reflect the COVID-19 impact on borrowers’ ratings?
What is the impact of fiscal and monetary stimuli?
A case study of credit parameter projections for portfolio management, IFRS 9 and stress testing
- ESG and climate risk focus – credit after COVID-19
Enriching data with ESG and climate risk drivers
Integrating ESGC into credit risk models
Louise Lundberg – Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s Investors Service
Metin Epozdemir, CFA – Risk and Finance, Moody’s Analytics
Leonardo Checchi – ESGC & Credit Risk SME, Moody’s Analytics
Presentation slides can be accessed here.
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