The course is split up into 4 online interactive training sessions each 3.5 hours. For detailed content refer Course Outline.
Date : 1st – 4th February, 2021
Time : 13:00 – 16:30 CET
Price per participant : 1,400 EUR *
*Alumni discount is 10%
*Group discount is 10%
This course is of interest for managers and financial professionals in a broad range of industries, including banks, non-bank lenders, insurance providers, telecoms, commerce, manufacturing and health care. The content is particularly relevant for risk analysts, business process engineers, software developers, auditors, consultants and other professionals interested in getting their money back.
Senior managers will learn to categorize and prioritize digital marketing activities. We will discuss answers to the following important questions:
This course will not make you a digital marketing expert – but it will help you become an effective digital marketing manager.
Lecture, discussion, individual and group exercises, case studies and reading materials
Unit 1 - Fundamentals of NPL Management
The Scope of NPL Management
Regulatory Guidance on NPL-Management
Organizational dimension of NPL Management
Unit 2: Arrears Management in Retail and Small Business Portfolios
Arrears based portfolio metrics: Vintage analysis, transition matrix (roll-rates), transitory arrears, LGD tracking, conditional LGD rates and collections scoring.
IFRS 9 Empirical Expected Credit Loss Reserves
Unit 3: Corporate Bankruptcies / Collateral / Restructuring
Unit 4: Legal Collections in Retail and Small Business Portfolios
Dealing with mandated payment holidays and forbearance
Tracking redefault rates, managing, incentivizing in house legal collections versus collections agencies
Responsible collections practices, the role of credit bureau and credit reporting agencies
Special case study - how to value a distressed consumer / small business portfolio
Dr. Bald is Frankfurt School’s most senior international advisor and a recognized expert in Treasury, Risk and Asset Liability Management. He serves as lead consultant at the Frankfurt School Competence Center in Risk Management and regularly manages complex implementation assignments in Europe, Asia and Africa.Joachim maintains a large portfolio of advisory mandates including recent and ongoing interventions with EIB, EBRD, KfW, African Development Bank, as well as at Cairo Amman, Etihad and Ahli Bank in Jordan, HKL and PRASAC in Cambodia, XacBank and Khan Bank in Mongolia and many more. More