The session will cover the best practices for credit scorecard construction including importance of scoring, methodological nuances and model application.
The presented principles are grounded on our projects and experience globally as well as specifically in East Africa.
Our discussion will focus on:
- Scoring prerequisites and general idea of credit scoring
- Modelling setup and key challenges
- Monitoring and validation of a scoring engine
- Applications and case studies
Muhammad Jafree, Solution Specialist, Moody's Anaytics (Moderator)
Bogdan Pleshkevich, Economist, Moody's Analytics
Andrew Njeru, Head of Credit Scoring, Kenya Commercial Bank
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