Credit Risk Capital is one of the most important indicators for banks and it is monitored closely by shareholders, creditors, regulators and rating agencies.
In this webinar we will discuss challenges around stress testing and forecasting credit risk impact on capital to examine a bank’s resiliency to crises such as Coronavirus led economic disruption.
We will examine the importance of credit risk capital in the context of the Internal Capital Adequacy and Planning (ICAAP) exercises. We will also share practical tips on how banks can assess capital requirements and conduct planning under various economic and strategic scenarios.
In partnership with the Kenya Bankers Association, this webinar will bring together local and Moody’s subject matter experts for a discussion on:
- Necessary elements of a sound credit risk capital stress testing framework for a financial institution
- Recent regulatory guidance on the adequacy of capital resources (ICAAP)
- Best practices in modeling for stressed credit risk losses and forecasting its capital impact
- How to address practical challenges and leverage latest available technologies
- How to leverage regulatory compliance tools for the management of the business.
Nash Subedar, Director, Moody's Analytics (Moderator)
Dr. Habil Olaka, CEO, Kenya Bankers Association
Metin Epozdemir, CFA - Director, Moody's Analytics
Wasim Karim, Director, Moody's Analytics
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