STRESS TESTING USA 2018
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WHAT WAS ADDRESSED AT THE MAIN CONGRESS: NOVEMBER 7-8 2017
2017 Keynote Highlights
2017 stress tests
Leveraging lessons learnt from 2017
Insight from the regulator
Understanding the end vision for stress testing
Risk management in a changing regulatory environment
Recognizing the scope of model risk as an integral aspect of stress testing
– Building a sustainable BAU modeling process
– Increasing efficiency in stress test
– Approaches towards model benchmarking
– Understanding PPNR model requirements
– Effective model validation methodologies
– Effective review and challenge practices
– Setting parameters for idiosyncratic scenario design
– Utilizing results from idiosyncratic stress tests
Move towards CCAR
– Understanding heightened expectations under CCAR
– Effective challenge beyond validation
– Classifying a model vs. a tool
– Application of model risk to strategy
– Idiosyncratic scenario design and using results
– Strengthening best practice beyond compliance
– Practical application for data and modeling
– Analysing tools for alignment to capabilities
– System infrastructure to improve data and modeling
– Integrating CECL and leveraging infrastructure
– Understanding the impact of FRTB
– Building a strong model risk aggregation framework
Bridging the gap
– Applying qualitative methods when numbers can’t be applied
– Aligning with strategic planning teams
– Aligning risk appetite with strategic initiatives
Incorporating into strategy
– Utilizing results and including in business plans
– Using stress testing for risk identification of current and emerging risks
– Upcoming CECL requirements and qualitative adjustments
For over 30 years DCG has helped financial institutions of all sizes make better strategic and risk management decisions. Services include comprehensive asset/liability management and strategy advisory, balance sheet risk modeling, broad-based model validation (e.g. ALM, liquidity, credit, ALLL, MSR, capital, operational risk models), behavioral studies (deposits, prepayments), credit stress testing and challenger models, and liquidity management (including contingency planning, monitoring and stress testing tools).
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