SAMPLE OF KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

This year Summit will host speakers from the world’s leading companies.
See sample of key note speakers.

Paul
FILLMORE
Chief Credit Officer Financial Institutions and Special Products
Laurent
BALTHAZAR
Director Integrated Risk Management
Jacqueline
JOHNSON
Global Head of IT Security
Tim
WICKENS
Global Head of Funds Credit
Guido
GENERO
Head of Credit Risk
Georg
MUSIL
Head of FI Risk Management

SELECTED CASE STUDIES

Selected Case Studies from the Agenda

Laurent BALTHAZARDirector Integrated Risk Management
Belfius

Stress testing, portfolio modelling and Risk appetite

This presentation will deal with the place of risk models and stress tests to support the development of credit risk frameworks and concentration analysis.

  • Reviewing stress testing practices
  • Regulatory stress tests Vs internal stress tests
  • Role of models in stress testing
  • Advantages and drawback of ST VS credit VAR models to analyze credit risk
  • ST and models roles in defining a credit risk appetite
Jacqueline JOHNSONGlobal Head of IT Security
Nordea

Tales from the trenches: A year with Cyber threats

Jacqueline Johnson from Nordea will share some of recent experiences in rising cyberattacks from organised crime as well as insiders. People have a tendency of downplay probable scenarios and underestimate what they do control. Jacqueline will share some of the biases we should be observant to in the cybersecurity context. What should you look out for, what are the effects on your credit processes when a cyber attack happens and how can you assure your business missions.

  • Cyberattacks in banking
  • Cognitive biases in security
  • Protecting yourself and your assets
  • Mission assurance
Paul FILLMOREChief Credit Officer Financial Institutions and Special Products
Commerzbank

Big Date and Digitilisation in Credit Risk Management

The presentation introduces the digitilisation strategy of Commerzbank and an overview of relevant regulations. It will discuss the applicability of Big Data to different business fields in a universal bank with a focus on roadblocks and how to solve them.

  • Digitilisation strategy
  • Regulation ( data protection)
  • Big Data
  • Data Analysis as competitive advantage
Georg MUSILHead of FI Risk Management
Raiffeisen Bank International AG

The Impact of Climate-Related Risks on Credit
Risk

Global Warming has become a severe source of event-driven risk jeopardizing
our current way of living and doing business. The fight against
the Climate Change has also triggered a transformation process of the
global energy production away from the fossil energy sources towards
a renewable energy and a low-carbon economy. Both developments
result in a new dimension of credit risk for the lending and investment
industry, which needs to assess these risks and their potential financial
impacts and take the necessary steps to advance their business model
and investment portfolio.

  • Magnitude of the transformation
  • Climate-Related risks
  • Potential commercial and financial impacts
  • Opportunities and outlook