Responses to the new business and regulatory environment

Class Program
€ 2,900
Price (+ VAT)
Calendar: May 8, 2019 - May 10, 2019 (3 Days)

Your opportunity


Global crises and new international financial issues have opened a new stage for rating systems and credit risk management. Evaluation criteria are increasingly complex and regulatory constraints increasingly stringent. This program allows you to find the right solutions to manage risk and turn a potential minefield into a land full of opportunities.

Get in touch with the Director to delve deeper into the program
Please write to Director Giacomo De Laurentis to arrange a call.

Program Agenda
3 days

3 days face-to-face:

8-10 May 2019

What you'll be working on
What you'll be working on
  • Innovations in regulations and in European and domestic supervisors’ approaches
  • Rating model building and validation
  • The new credit risk measures
  • Counterparty risk versus other risks
  • The new role of the SREP
  • The Risk Appetite Framework: correctly setting and managing the RAF
  • Loan portfolio credit risk and credit portfolio management techniques
  • IFRS9 implications for risk management
  • Achieving adequate risk-adjusted performances
  • Risk governance and governance risk


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Who it is for


  • Managers and all those working to improve credit risk management in their organization
  • External consultants of this function.


What participants say about us


"I am really satisfied with the professors' public speaking abilities and professionalism."

Fabio Fasanella, Risk Manager, BNPP Leasing Solutions

"We want you and your organization to be a step ahead of others."

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Giacomo De Laurentis

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How to register
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Enrollment requests are reviewed on a rolling basis.

At the end of the inititative, each participant will receive a certificate of attendance.
SDA Bocconi School of Management is registered with AIFIRM as an Accredited Partner. This program qualifies for 24 CE credit hours. 
Bocconi Alumni are entitled to a range of benefits and services, including special reductions on the Open Programs' participation fee. To take advantage of the discount,  please, enter your Alumnus/a status in the notes when registering for one of the programs. For more details, please contact:
The two offers are not cumulative.

Standard working hours are from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm (CET)



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