Stress testing has become an increasingly useful tool for financial institutions to assess their capital adequacy and risk management practices, while meeting necessary regulatory expectations.
But how can firms ensure that they are performing stress tests in a consistent and timely manner? And how can stress testing go beyond a regulatory exercise, and the results used to gain business value and improve decision making?
To answer these questions and more, Risk has designed this two day training course to provide participants with the latest developments and best practice methods to perform stress tests. Expert industry professionals will present a range of key topics including scenario analysis, model risk, governance and decision making and operational aspects of stress testing including BCBS 239.
This training will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the stress testing process and give best practice examples from leading financial institutions. The event is held under Chatham House Rule to promote an open and discussion based learning environment.