BAI Webinar

Using an early warning framework to identify unforeseen risk and manage commercial credit portfolios


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RECORDED: September 23, 2020
TIME: 1:00 - 1:45 PM CT

Credit decision-making is more challenging than ever as we move into uncharted territory for both the economy and our new social construct. The list of factors that could be analyzed to gauge the risk of your commercial book continues to expand.

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar to hear Moody's Analytics industry experts share useful tools and strategies for improved credit risk assessment to identify unforeseen risks in your portfolio. The discussion will focus on the capabilities and latest innovations for identifying early warning signals and measurement of credit risk, using Moody's Analytics award-winning solution suite.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about new techniques to identify unforeseen risk in your commercial credit portfolio by combining signals from market observations and historical data.
  • Gain insights into how artificial intelligence is shaping the future of credit risk assessment by using alternative data.
  • See how Moody's Analytics award-winning credit risk tools can pinpoint risk in your book and help you take appropriate action.
PRESENTER:

Sumit Grover
Director of Business Strategy
Moody's Analytics

Sumit Grover is a Director of Business Strategy with Moody's Analytics. He focuses on the solution design and delivery in the Americas region for commercial credit risk and portfolio management. He has over a decade of experience working with financial institutions to provide insights and solutions in quantitative risk management. Sumit holds an MBA from Indiana University, Bloomington.


Glenn Levine
Director of Customer Success
Moody's Analytics

Glenn Levine is a Director of Customer Success with Moody’s Analytics focused on quantitative risk models. He previously worked as a researcher looking at C&I credit models and macroeconomic forecasting. Prior to joining Moody’s Analytics, Glenn worked as an economic consultant. He holds a graduate degree from the London School of Economics.