Deriving Value from Operational Risk Modelling

Date: 19-Sep-17 to 20-Sep-17
Location: Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street / London / United Kingdom
Category: Banking, Finance & Investment Conferences & Trade Fairs

Operational risk modelling has a lot to offer financial institutions even if the regulatory future is unclear. The debate over AMA and SMA has given way to discussions on different modelling options and assessing what op risk modelling framework is right for particular companies; rather than a one-size fits all approach. This course will address the current landscape and key learning points as well as suggesting opportunities for companies to derive value from their op risk modelling.

Day 1 will look at the op risk modelling playing field, explore deriving value from different modelling options, and discuss the standardised measurement approach and the BCBS proposals. There will also be a session on data preparation, examining internal and external loss data and best practice.

Day 2 will start with a session on operational loss data processing and the application of the loss distribution approach. It will move on to cover scenario analysis, modelling, and stress testing, before closing on a session that will discuss the future of op risk modelling and the post-AMA world.


Chris Rachlin Consultant, Andrew Sheen Head of Operational Risk Regulatory Advisory Credit Suisse, Ruben Cohen Independent Consultant, Craig Ivey Head of Operational Risk Economic Capital Enterprise Wide Risk RBS

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