Capital Costs of Credit Decisions - does Basel III make a Difference?
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Capital Costs of Credit Decisions - does Basel III make a Difference? (MLC350R)
Understand the Potential Impact of New Capital Rules to a Commercial Loan Portfolio.
This webinar by expert speaker Tally Ferguson, CFA will highlight the potential impact of new capital rules to a commercial loan portfolio and provide you with an understanding of Basel III as it applies to commercial loans.
You will learn which loans face higher capital requirements and determine whether such loans are still valuable assets. At the end of the program you will be able to better evaluate your commercial loan portfolio in the light of new capital standards. You will also understand what Basel III is and how it applies to commercial loans and also get tips for comparing cost and value across different loan types.
Cost of Capital
Predictive and backward-looking Credit risk measurement methods
Regulatory measures of credit risk
Capital measures-economic and regulatory
Techniques for determining full cost of a loan
Understanding of Basel III as it applies to commercial loans
Tips for comparing cost and value across loan types
Tally Ferguson CFA brings unique blend of regulatory compliance and quantitative risk management skills with nearly 30 years experience as a bank regulator, regulatory consultant and risk manager. He is currently the Director of Risk Management at BOK Financial, responsible for risk monitoring...
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