Takes place from 13.00 CET / 14.00 SAST on 22 January.
New IFRS 9 regulations came into force on 1 January 2018. They require financial institutions to pro-actively make provisions on their balance sheets for expected future credit losses. The IFRS 9 standard requires the estimation of expected credit loss to reflect the economic environment and firm’s macroeconomic outlook.
But what are the challenges posed by introducing economic factors in the expected loss model?
Join our live webinar to hear:
- The impact of IFRS 9 and why financial institutions must make provisions for any expected future losses.
- The challenges of developing macroeconomic models for expected credit loss (ECL).
- How banks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are handling these challenges.
- Regulatory expectations in the region regarding economic models for ECL estimation.
- Synergies with further regulatory expectations and reporting requirements.
- Experian’s macroeconomic modelling and forecasting proposition
Spend an hour with our team of expert speakers to understand how alignment of macroconomic models provides an opportunity to optimise IFRS9 compliance and enhance ECL estimation.
To join us simply sign-up here.