5th Edition IFRS 9 2018

5th Edition IFRS 9 2018

6 -7 November | London

Embedding IFRS 9 into internal processes to move towards a BAU environment

 IFRS 9 Post-implementation review
Understanding the impact of IFRS 9 implementation to move towards BAU

Regulatory alignment
Interaction between IFRS 9 and other regulatory regimes and creating consistency

Data quality
Enhancing data capabilities to effectively meet data requirements under IFRS 9

Modelling & validation
Overcoming post-implementation modelling and validation challenges

Stress testing
Incorporating IFRS 9 into stress testing and understanding implications and results

Cross-organisation risk management  
Aligning and educating risk and finance teams for continued cooperation

Governance and controls
Effective governance structures and controls for IFRS9 operationalisation and transition

Disclosures reporting
Understanding disclosure requirements to communicate them effectively internally and externally  


Slava Obraztsov
Global Head of Model Validation

Abhishek Jain
Global Head of  Impairment

Rainer Pullirsch

Rainer Pullirsch
Head Credit Risk Models Validation

Hugh Shields

Hugh Shields


Andreas Koutras
Head of Portfolio Risk Management
FBN Bank

Louis Brown
SVP, Head of Credit Risk Modelling

Richard Bowles

Richard Bowles
Head of IFRS 9 Implementation
Lloyds Banking Group


Wolfgang Reitgruber
Deputy Head of Credit Risk Model Development
Erste Group Bank AG

08:00 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

09:00 A comprehensive post-implementation review to understand impacts and ongoing concerns

  • Lessons learnt post implementation
  • Understanding the impact
    • Low numbers tempting complacency
  • Streamlining the process to increase automation
  • Managing requirements amongst macroeconomic uncertainty
    • Impact of Brexit an accounting for it under IFRS 9
    • Anticipating for year-end financial statements
    • Impact on markets on day 1

Richard Bowles, Head of IFRS 9 Implementation, Lloyds Banking Group

09:50 Implementation of IFRS 9: What half year results tell us so far

Hugh Shields, Director, Huawei

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

11:00 Reviewing the interaction between IFRS 9 and other regulatory initiatives to incorporate a consistent approach

  • Adapting regulation to fit with IFRS 9
  • Interaction in Pillar 2 between impairment and capital
  • Aligning accounting standards with other requirements
  • GDPR constraints and impact on data arrangement process
  • Providing consistency to all regulatory challenges
  • Complex interaction between prudential and accounting regulation
  • IRB models interaction with IFRS 9

Louise Lindgren, Chief Risk Officer, Länsförsäkringar Bank

11:40 Technology challenges of supporting Stress Test and IFRS 9

Mark Thacker, Head of GST & IFRS 9, HSBC

12:20 Lunch break and networking

1:20 Understanding impact of IFRS 9 on stress testing results and how numbers perform under different scenarios

  • Outcome and lessons learnt from stress tests under IFRS 9
  • Assumptions and scenarios driving need for credit provisions
  • Assumption of perfect foresight accounting for numbers up front
  • Scenarios driving economic calculations and estimated losses
  • Managing expectations of volatility
  • Impact on how banks look like under stress test
  • Linking monthly reporting, forecasting and stress testing

2:00 Implementing effective internal governance of IFRS 9 processes to ensure a smooth day operationalisation

  • Applying expert judgment to model output
  • Governance around macroeconomic data and future forecasts
  • Gaining Board and committee buy in and understanding of sign off
  • Effective governance and change of macroeconomic scenarios
  • Monitoring to ensure judgements are challenged and recorded
  • Finalising controls, accountability and oversight for escalation

Doriana Iovino, Director of Credit Risk and Analytics, Metro Bank

2:40 Embedding IFRS 9 into operating models and processes and moving towards BAU with limited disruption

  • Incorporating into BAU with limited resources
  • Streamlining regional discrepancies
  • Regulatory definition of reasonable methods
    • Adjusting documentation and validation
  • Shared responsibility and alignment and interaction across teams
  • Impact on credit risk management and decisions made at origination
  • Using IFRS 9 metrics to shape business decisions
    • Understanding impact on equity

Louis Brown, Head of Credit Risk Modelling, Investec
Simone la Fortezza, FVP Group Credit Risk Governance – IFRS 9 Program Leader, UniCredit
Ingrid Lacey, Head of ECL Reporting & Analytics, Financial Control, AIB

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:00 Automating the process to ensure a smooth operational adjustment with consistency across business units

  • Build internally vs. outsourcing
  • Limiting operational errors
  • Getting IFRS 9 automated into systems
  • Accounting for categorisation and impairment in the books
  • Consistency across all entities and businesses
    • Getting the IFRS 9 scheme to operational daily business

4:40 Risk managing IFRS 9 across finance and risk, the challenges and solutions

  • Education of finance and risk teams
  • Impact on the business/products and services
  • Working closely together to run models and report numbers
  • Challenging existing cultures
  • Cross functional discipline
  • Implications on other functional divisions
  • Developing a total process across risk and finance for testing

Asim Rasheed, Group Financial Controller, Emirates NBD

5:20 Chair’s closing remarks

5:30 End of day one and drinks reception

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

09:00 Impact on comparability across institutions and provisioning based on interpretation of staging criteria

  • Limitations in comparability with variations in interpretations
  • Ensuring proportionality with smaller banks
  • Disclosure requirements and requests from investor community
  • Impact on provisions of stage movement
  • Holding provisions until accounts cure
  • Transparent decision making when credit risk increases significantly
  • Embedding new methodology and making judgement on portfolio basis
  • The increased decision making role of credit risk for assessing stage movement
  • Treatment of products with no expiry date or contractual maturity

Adam Ziarkewicz, Director of Credit Portfolio Management, Bank Pocztowy
Abhishek Jain, Global Head of Impairment, HSBC

09:50 Managing levels of volatility post implementation and considerations for business decisioning

  • Volatility after one-time post implementation hit
  • Ongoing volatility in P&L
  • Business implications of volatility
  • Communicating to stakeholders
  • Adjusting business models, product mix and pricing
  • Impact on cost of capital
  • Aligning business impact of volatility

Wolfgang Reitgruber, Deputy Head of Credit Risk Model Development, Erste Group Bank AG

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

11:00 Communicating numbers internally and externally and educating stakeholders on outcomes of IFRS 9

  • Interpretation of numbers
  • Disclosures to the market under IFRS 9
  • Understanding accuracy, reliability, comparability and changing nature of numbers under IFRS 9
  • Positioning disclosures to comply and provide the right message to investors and stakeholders
  • Communicating key drivers of results and how they may differ over time

Abhishek Jain, Global Head of Impairment, HSBC

11:40 Managing the complexity and volume of disclosure requirements under IFRS 9 and understanding expectations

  • Are IFRS 7 disclosure requirements enough? A Risk Management perspective
  • Making disclosures more comparable across the industry
  • Volatility management once the numbers are disclosed
  • Reporting process and timeline: Managing complexity and increasing efficiency
  • Interplay with risk and finance and ensuring data for disclosures is available

Simone la Fortezza, FVP Group Credit Risk Governance – IFRS 9 Program Leader, UniCredit

12:20 Lunch break and networking

1:20 Developing data capabilities to manage volume and granularity of requirements under IFRS 9

  • Identifying data gaps in order to enhance data quality
  • Reconciling credit risk and accounting data for IFRS9
  • Enriching data to optimise data quality for IFRS9 calculations

Parmod Garg, Head of Credit, Habib bank Zurich Plc

2:00 Validation of IFRS 9 models and implementation of continuous performance monitoring and confirmation testing capabilities

  • Limited information to back test staging and expected loss calculation over the lifetime
  • Validation focus traditionally on one year horizon: extending to lifetime PD horizon
  • Defining appropriate methods to cover long term view over the lifetime
  • Validating and back testing economic projections
  • Assessing appropriateness of model assumptions

Rainer Pullirsch, Head Credit Models Validation, UBS

2:40 Practical approaches for model risk management and performance monitoring of IFRS 9 models

  • Strengths and weaknesses of model validation approaches for IRFS 9 models
  • Model Risk assessment and capturing its changes over time
  • Effect of limited information on model calibration and back testing
  • Impact of performance monitoring on the frequency of model revalidation

Slava Obraztsov, Global Head of Model Validation, Nomura
Andreas Koutras, Head of Portfolio Risk Management, FBN Bank

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:00 Interpretation of macroeconomic models and incorporating adjustments to adapt to macroeconomic environment across cycles

  • Incorporating macroeconomic data
  • Determining dependencies between macroeconomic environment and historical events
  • Managing outputs of the model
    • Monitoring usage of model and alignment with intentions
  • Understanding how the models are going to behave in certain scenarios
  • Remediation around model weaknesses

Jan-Philipp Hoffmann, Head of Value-At-Risk and Pricing Models, Deutsche Bank

4:40 Embedding macroeconomic scenarios into the models and ensuring comparability across multiple periods

  • Developing appropriate scenarios for portfolio
  • Consistency across the industry in scenario generation approaches
  • Increased complexity with additional model, lifetime inclusion and staging requirements
  • Defining PD and LGD evolution on scenarios
  • Justifying assumptions and removing bias

Andreas Koutras, Head of Portfolio Risk Management, FBN Bank

5:20 Chair’s closing remarks

5:30 End of Summit

Richard Bowles
Richard Bowles, Head of IFRS 9 Implementation, Lloyds Banking Group

Richard has been leading the implementation of IFRS9 for Retail, Consumer Finance and Asset Finance at Lloyds Banking Group since January 2015.
Prior to his current role, he was Head of Capital & Impairment for the UK and Ireland Mortgage portfolios at LBG – he was responsible for all the capital and impairment actuals and forecasting for c£330bn of Mortgage assets.

Richard has a background in Risk modelling, covering all asset classes, having worked as both a modeller and in the independent model review team at LBG.
Richard has an MSc in Economics & Econometrics from Nottingham University.

Louis Brown, Head of Credit Risk Modelling, Investec

Risk professional with over 11 years’ experience working in financial services roles within the credit risk area. Starting my Career at RBS in 2007 I worked in various credit risk based functions mainly focusing on modelling or analytics, I moved to Barclays to join Group Model Validation in 2013 and then moved to Investec in 2015, where I have recently taken on the responsibility of heading up the Credit Risk modelling team.

Parmod Garg
Parmod Garg, Head of credit, Habib Bank Zurich Plc

Parmod Garg is head of credit risk at Habib Bank Zurich Plc. He has over 22 years’ experience in Corporate banking relationship management, risk management, trade finance across a number of countries. He has worked in credit risk leadership positions in Barclays, RBS, British Business bank, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. His expertise is his 360o experience in credit risk from credit, compliance, business and regulation aspects. He has led the end to end implementation of IFRS9 programme in his workplace over last 18 months. He has been a SME expert speaker in many international IFRS9 conferences. He has also worked in Trade finance area looking after off-balance sheet financing for international trading corporates

He is a member of emerging leaders group set up by the British Prime Minister in 2011 and has consulted many government departments as part of the member of the strategy group. He has featured in “The Sunday Times” for his contribution to the strategy group. He is a visiting lecturer, advisor in many UK universities for Risk Management and Project Finance.

Jan Philipp Hoffmann
Jan-Philipp Hoffmann , Head of Value-At-Risk and Pricing Models , DB PFK – Deutsche Bank Group

Jan-Philipp Hoffmann will be presenting at IFRS 9 Forum

Doriana Iovino, Director of Credit Risk and Analytics, Metro Bank

Doriana Iovino will be presenting at IFRS 9 Forum

Abhishek Jain, Global Head of Impairment, HSBC

Abhishek Jain will be presenting at IFRS 9 Forum

Andreas Koutras, Head of Portfolio Risk, FBN

Andreas is a financial professional with extensive quantitative and investment banking experience across Europe and Middle East. Currently, at FBN Bank UK he heads the portfolio risk and is implementing IFRS9, Stress and sensitivity testing. He has started his financial career with Lehman Brothers were he was Fixed Income quantitative and derivatives modeller. He moved to the world of exotic derivatives and structured products producing innovative asset and liability solutions for clients across Europe. He has worked for BMO, CALYON, RBC and ITC Markets.

Andreas is frequently quoted by Bloomberg, and the press, with regards to the debt and NPL crisis in Europe. Andreas studied Astrophysics and advanced Mathematics at London University and Cambridge. He was awarded a scholarship to do a PhD in London on Einstein’s General Theory of relativity and he has written articles in referred scientific journals.

Simone la Fortezza
Simone La Fortezza, FVP Group Credit Risk Governance – IFRS9 Program Leader, Unicredit

I gathered a diversified and global working experience in Financial Services and especially in the Banking Sector. I have been working in about ten different European countries, for several major Financial players in Italy and Europe and in different competence lines, such as Planning, Marketing, M&A, Risk Management, Organization.

Previous companies include Accenture Strategy Financial Services and Banca Lombarda Holding (now UBI). I joined UniCredit as a founding manager of the internal Management Consulting. Within UniCredit Group I also worked in Small Business and in Corporate Marketing as Head of Offer Innovation and of Business Development respectively, before joining Risk Management Competence line, first in Credit Monitoring Department Italy and finally in Group Credit Risk Governance, where I was successfully leading the IFRS9 Program on LLP/Impairment workstream.

Ingrid Lacey, Head of ECL Reporting & Analytics, Financial Control, AIB

Ingrid is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has more than 22 years banking experience having worked in Corporate Banking, Treasury, Risk and more recently Finance. In 2015 Ingrid mobilised AIB’s IFRS 9 Implementation Programme as Business Lead and in 2017 led the Financial Impact Assessment workstream before taking up the role as Head of ECL Reporting and Analytics, in Finance, in early 2018.

Louise Lindgren
Louise Lindgren, Chief Risk Officer, Länsförsäkringar bank

Louise Lindgren will be presenting at IFRS 9 Forum

Slava Obraztsov, Managing Director, Global Head of Model Validation, Nomura

Slava Obraztsov has been Global Head of the Model Validation Group at Nomura since 2007. His previous roles include Global Head of Model Validation at Bear Stearns, Senior Quantitative Model Risk Analyst at Commerzbank and Head of Risk Analytics at ANZ. He was awarded a PhD in Mathematics from Moscow State University and has held a number of academic positions at Russian and Australian universities.

Rainer Pullirsch
Rainer Pullirsch, Head Credit Risk Models Validation, UBS

Rainer is the Head of Credit Risk Models Validation at UBS and in this function is globally in charge of independent model validation of all Credit and Scenario Generation models. Prior to assuming this role Rainer has been heading the Statistical Risk Aggregation Team in Risk Methodology at UBS from 2011 to 2016 where he was in charge of the development of Economic Capital models and the AMA Operational Risk model.

In addition Rainer has been developing the internal Market Risk model at Raiffeisenbank International from 2008 to 2010. Rainer started his banking career at Unicredit where he was holding roles in the Market Risk modelling team and as a Desk Quant in Structured Credit. Rainer holds a PhD in Theoretical Physics from Vienna University of Technology.

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Asim Rasheed, Group Financial Controller, Emirates NBD

Asim Rasheed will be presenting at the upcoming IFRS 9 2018 Summit.

Wolfgang Reitgruber, Deputy Head of Credit Risk Model Development, Erste Group Bank AG

Wolfgang graduated from University of Technology in Vienna with a degree in technical mathematics, performing research in the area of econometrics and time series analysis in his post-doc phase. In business, he spent almost 20 years in the area of risk management with General Electric and UniCredit, with clear focus on cedit risk (modeling, parameter based risk estimation, provisioning, etc). Additionally he covered topics like financial planning and analysis or process and quality management based on 6 sigma methodology.

Currently he is responsible for development of all credit risk methods (rating, scoring, EAD, LGD, risk mitigation) in UniCredit Bank Austria AG for the Austrian and eastern European portfolio. Since November 2012 he works additionally as independent researcher in the area of credit risk related methods on basis of regulatory requirements (Basel II/III A-IRB) and accounting standards (IFRS 9 impairment). Main achievement was the introduction of “Impact of Risk” and the EL backtest, published in the Journal of Risk Model Validation 09/2013 and presented at various international conferences.

Mark Thacker
Mark Thacker, Head of GST&IFRS9 , HSBC

Mark Thacker will be presenting at IFRS 9 Forum

Hugh Shields
Hugh Shields, Director , Huawei

Hugh is a Director in the Financial Risk Control Center of Huawei, the world’s largest telco. Prior to Huawei, Hugh was the lead Technical Director at the IASB for three years. Hugh previously held senior positions both in investment banking and public accounting practice at KPMG. Hugh qualified with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland in 1990 after graduating in Economics from the University of Cambridge where he was a Senior Scholar. Hugh is also professionally qualified as a corporate treasurer and worked at Mobil Oil for four years in this capacity. In 2010, Hugh was named one of the 50 most influential accountants in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

Adam Ziarkewicz, Director of Credit Portfolio Management Department, Bank Pocztowy

Adam is experienced risk specialist with particular focus on credit risk. He is also certified financial risk manager (FRM) and member of GARP. Adam started his professional career in one of major consulting firms (EY). In EY he worked in FRM department (advisory) and was involved in projects for several polish banks, concerning internal risk parameters calculation under IRB, capital adequacy under Basel II (STD and IRB), data quality and credit risk reporting.

Adam has been working in medium sized polish bank (Bank Pocztowy) for six years now first as head of impairment provisions and portfolio analysis team and then for over a year as Director of Credit Portfolio Management Department. He is responsible for impairment provisioning under International Financial Reporting Standards, scoring methodology, credit risk reporting, CRR compliance in the area of credit risk, credit risk assessment and valuation.

Find our latest IFRS 9 thought-leadership articles here. These articles feed from our much larger Risk Insights section of our website.

17th October 2018

Implementation of IFRS 9: What half year results tell us so far

 By Hugh Shields, Director, Huawei
17th October 2018

IFRS 9: Impact on comparability across institutions and provisioning based on interpretation of staging criteria

 By Adam Ziarkewicz, Director of Credit Portfolio Management, Bank Pocztowy.
12th September 2018

Embedding IFRS 9 into operating models and processes and moving towards BAU with limited disruption

 By Louis Brown, Head of Credit Risk Modelling, Investec 
30th August 2018

Reviewing regulatory response and requirements under IFRS 9 and progress made to satisfy expectations

22nd August 2018

How to get your business IFRS 9 fit

By Samantha Cunningham, Head of Impairment – IFRS 9 Project, AIB
22nd August 2018

Managing the complexity and volume of disclosure requirements under IFRS 9 and understanding expectations

 By Simone la Fortezza, FVP Group Credit Risk Governance – IFRS 9 Program Leader, UniCredit 
27th April 2017

Update IFRS 9: Current implement challenges and solution approaches

10th April 2017

Challenges for measuring lifetime PDs on retail portfolios

5th April 2017

Preparing for IFRS 9 implementation and assessing the interaction between IFRS 9 and the updated Basel IRB framework

29th March 2017

Understanding Disclosures under IFRS 9

2nd February 2017

Assessing the preparedness of financial institutions using standard approach for IFRS 9

27th January 2017

IFRS 9 impairments: Things the IASB did not anticipate when releasing the standard

17th January 2017

Examining system readiness and capabilities as the industry moves towards parallel runs and full IFRS 9 implementation

13th January 2017

Understanding what should be included in disclosure and the level of detail required

10th January 2017

Parallel phase of implementation


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Business attire is requested. The Summit is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

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We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Summit, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

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Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

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There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Summit, such as

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