Ron D’Vari of NewOak Capital Advisors, one of the training instructors, mentioned that the agenda focuses on key issues and drivers of credit risk today and less so on mathematical models.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
This June 25th-26th, 2013, senior executives from regional banks, credit unions and insurance companies will attend a comprehensive training course in New York City designed to meet their unique credit risk management and reporting informational needs. The two-day program will examine everything from dealing with new regulatory challenges to best practices in credit underwriting, surveillance and reporting for structured products, municipal bonds and various types of loans (mortgage, CRE, auto, etc.)
As the agenda for the training course is designed for high level executives, Ron D’Vari of NewOak Capital Advisors, one of the training instructors, mentioned that the agenda focuses on key issues and drivers of credit risk today and less so on mathematical models.
Mr. D’Vari opens the training program with a session addressing the foundations and principals of credit risk, something that he is quite familiar with from years of working with structured products, portfolio construction as well as portfolio management, valuation and oversight, both in his current position with NewOak and his previous position as head of structured finance at BlackRock. While at BlackRock Mr. D’Vari co-managed $90 billion in fixed income assets, of which $13.9 billion was under his direct oversight. In his current position at NewOak, he specializes in advising clients in matters throughout the structured products and fixed income life cycle.
The requirements of Dodd Frank are not just applicable to firms that are “too big to fail” but also to regional banks, credit unions, insurance companies and others. The training program will provide a deeper and fuller understanding of the requirements that treasurers, COOs, CROs, CFOs and bank management will need in order to satisfy new regulations and Dodd-Frank. Credit Risk for C-Suite leads with a qualitative curriculum that incorporates quantitative data, as needed, so that it is tailor-made for executives that do not necessarily have a quant background.
Industry executives can learn more about, and register for, Credit Risk for C-Suite here.
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