IFRS 9 and CECL Credit Risk Modelling and Validation covers a hot topic in risk management. Both IFRS 9 and CECL accounting standards require Banks to adopt a new perspective in assessing Expected Credit Losses. The book explores a wide range of models and corresponding validation procedures. The most traditional regression analyses pave the way to more innovative methods like machine learning, survival analysis, and competing risk modelling. Special attention is then devoted to scarce data and low default portfolios. A practical approach inspires the learning journey. In each section the theoretical dissertation is accompanied by Examples and Case Studies worked in R and SAS, the most widely used software packages used by practitioners in Credit Risk Management.
- Offers a broad survey that explains which models work best for mortgage, small business, cards, commercial real estate, commercial loans and other credit products
- Concentrates on specific aspects of the modelling process by focusing on lifetime estimates
- Provides an hands-on approach to enable readers to perform model development, validation and audit of credit risk models
Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals working in economic modelling and statistics.
- Introduction to Expected Credit Loss Modelling and Validation
2. One-Year PDs
3. Lifetime PDs 1
4. LGD Modelling
5. Prepayments, Competing Risks and EAD Modelling
6. Scenario Analysis and Expected Credit Losses
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- © Academic Press 2019
- 1st January 2019
- Academic Press
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Tiziano Bellini received his PhD degree in statistics from the University of Milan after being a visiting PhD student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is Qualified Chartered Accountant and Registered Auditor. He gained wide risk management experience across Europe, in London, and in New York. He is currently Director at BlackRock Financial Market Advisory (FMA) in London. Previously he worked at Barclays Investment Bank, EY Financial Advisory Services in London, HSBCs headquarters, Prometeia in Bologna, and other leading Italian companies. He is a guest lecturer at Imperial College in London, and at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Formerly, he served as a lecturer at the University of Bologna and the University of Parma. Tiziano is author of Stress Testing and Risk Integration in Banks, A Statistical Framework and Practical Software Guide (in Matlab and R) edited by Academic Press. He has published in the European Journal of Operational Research, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, and other top-reviewed journals. He has given numerous training courses, seminars, and conference presentations on statistics, risk management, and quantitative methods in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
BlackRock Financial Market Advisory, London, UK
"IFRS 9 and CECL Credit Risk Modelling and Validation:: A Practical Guide with Examples Worked in R and SAS by Tiziano Bellini is a precious resource for industry practitioners, researchers and students in the field of credit risk modeling and validation. The author does a great job in covering the various topics in a scientifically sound and comprehensive way without losing practitioner focus. The SAS and R case studies further contribute to its value and make it indispensable for anyone working in credit risk!" --Bart Baesens, KU Leuven and the University of Southampton
"It is commendable that practitioners like Dr Tiziano Bellini find the time to write volumes on the important industry developments in risk management. This timely volume provides a guide to credit risk modelling and validation in the context of IFRS 9 and CECL expected credit loss estimates. The book is thus developed in the context of the familiar PD, LGD and EAD framework. Recent challenging developments are discussed, for example the treatment of lifetime losses is very timely. The last part of the book, where multivariate time series models are brought into play, can also give ideas to researchers who may wish to make their work more relevant for the industry. More generally, this volume provides an unparalleled guide for graduate and MSc students. Examples in R and SAS make the book a must-have for risk management practitioners." --Damiano Brigo, Imperial College London