Advanced Analytics for Risk Management Webinar

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The Montreal Group is hosting a webinar on the importance of advanced analytics for a risk management strategy.

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Join us on Thursday, July 9, 2020, to learn more about the work one of The Montreal Group’s key topic groups “Advanced Analytics for Risk Management” and the white paper recently published by its members with the support of GYConsulting.More than ever, risk management plays a critical role in lending and loan services modification to comply with rapidly changing customer needs, government support systems, and large volumes of applications to be processed in a very short timeframe. 

The role of development banks in being a “visible hand” of government
 interventions during the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis indicates that risk management supported by advanced analytics is an important component of a winning strategy to ensure effective and optimized operations.

This crisis highlights how important digital capabilities and products, speed and seamless integration are to bank. The new dynamic means that banks “need to retain the same level of diligence, but do it smarter,” by leveraging robotics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to automate and improve processes and reduce risk.

The seminar while addressing the key building blocks of a strong advanced analytics program in development banks for risk management also provides member experiences.

Topics such as the lessons learned during the crisis, use cases of advanced analytics that stand out, impact of digital maturity in handling the economic fall-out of the COVID-19 crisis, the importance of applications of advanced analytics to business continuity and stress testing and some applications of AI to reduce risk and position us for the future will be presented by representatives from TMG members: Development Bank of Canada (BDC), Bpifrance, Saudi Investment Development Fund (SIDF), NAFIN (Mexico) and BNDES (Brazil) . 

Contributions from representatives of Finnvera (Finland) and Caisse Centrale de Garantie (Morocco) are expected to render the key takeaways practical and actionable.

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