Credit Risk Analytics White Paper: The New 'Credit Crisis' to Hit Financial Services Professionals

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We are six years on from the Financial Crisis, but the memory is still fresh and the blame has been securely placed on high credit default rates and inadequate capital reserves. This 14 page white paper, compiled by FC-Business Intelligence, delves deep in to the post-2008 financial services landscape providing fresh views from current credit risk professionals from Citi, Suntrust and Kabbage.

It has been six long years since the Financial Crisis and it is only now that significant changes are being made by the credit risk community.

However, uncertainty continues to loom over the industry as regulatory expectations shift and analytics capabilities evolve. This has led to a transformation in the evaluation of data, modeling of risk analytics and response to customer behavior as best practice strategies emerge.

Recently, FC-Business Intelligence spoke to leading representatives at Citigroup, Suntrust Banks and Kabbage and have commissioned an exclusive white paper that showcases critical reviews on the evolving credit risk analytics landscape.

The Credit Risk Analytics in retail and wholesale financial services white paper can be accessed by clicking on the following link:

This white paper features expert guidance on how to:

  • Implement a new data and analytics platform to best serve the needs of your credit risk department and to meet stakeholder expectations
  • Integrate new credit risk expertise and systems with historical competences within the organization to gain a unified modeling platform
  • Prove ROI and increase profitability on the bottom line using creative analytics tactics to improve the performance of your credit risk portfolio

This white paper is incredibly insightful and useful as revolutionary credit risk analytics continue to hugely transform the financial services sector.

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