Measuring Risk to Manage Risk
A complimentary, two-part Web seminar archive for Seattle Bank members.
This two-part Seattle Bank Web seminar was presented by Robert Cunningham, senior vice president of client services for
Inmatrix, Inc. on February 12 and 26, 2008.
If you missed the live events, you can register to view the archived presentation at any time.
Credit evaluation is typically associated with a “go/no-go” decision-making process. True risk evaluation, on the other hand, represents a pricing process. In this two-part Web seminar, Robert F. Cunningham, senior vice president of Inmatrix, Inc., will explore best practices in the area of credit risk management, including:
- Measuring credit risk: estimating credit losses and risk-based pricing
- Evaluating capital adequacy: stress testing the portfolio; portfolio management of credit risk, economic capital and unexpected losses; stress testing the portfolio and risk migration
Join us for this incisive discussion of advanced risk management and portfolio management methodologies.
WHO SHOULD VIEW
This presentation is designed for Seattle Bank member CEOs, CFOs, CLOs, credit decision-makers, lending officers, and treasury and funding managers.
This event is free to all Seattle Bank members.
Please register to view the archive.
Please contact Erin Eiseman (206.340.2380) with any questions regarding registration.