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OverviewEpisode 2: Nonfinancial Companies: Slow economic recovery continues to strain credit quality

In partnership with Risk Management Association of Nigeria

Banks’ Stress Testing: Linking Credit Risk Capital and Liquidity Requirements

November 24 | 10:00 - 11:30 WAT >  VIEW REPLAY

Credit risk capital and liquidity are the most important indicators for banks and are monitored closely by shareholders, regulators and rating agencies. In this webinar we will discuss challenges around stress testing these indicators to assess a bank’s resiliency to withstand crises such as coronavirus led economic disruption. We will also share practical tips on how banks can assess these metrics under various economic and strategic scenarios to prepare themselves for discussions with the same stakeholders.

This webinar in association with the RIMAN will bring together local and Moody’s subject matter experts for a discussion on:

- Elements of a sound enterprise stress testing framework for a financial institution

- How to manage liquidity risk under regulatory constraints

- How to leverage existing tools (such as credit risk and ALM) and available technologies for regulatory compliance as well as for the management of the business.

Speakers

Dr Biodun Adedipe, Chief Consultant, BAA Consult

Nicholas Kunghehian, Director, Moody’s Analytics

Wasim Karim, Director, Moody’s Analytics

Metin Epozdemir, CFA – Director, Moody’s Analytics

Model Risk Challenges and Best Practices for Implementing an Effective Model Validation Framework

December 2 | 10:00 - 11:15 WAT >  REGISTER NOW

Join RIMAN and Moody’s Analytics experts, as they share insights on how institutions can set up an effective model validation framework and governance for model life cycle management.

In this webinar our panel of speakers will be discussing:

Speakers

Biyi Olagbami, CRM, The Chief Risk Officer, Ecobank

Metin Epozdemir, Director - Solutions Specialist, Moody's Analytics

Armen Mirzoyan, ​Senior Economist, ​Moody's Analytics

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