The risk environment for consumer credit and small business finance in emerging markets has taken a sharp turn. The pandemic crisis has left many borrowers with excess debt at a time when liquidity assistance is being scaled back and special regulatory accommodations are withdrawn. This is now compounded by escalating geopolitical tensions, a commodities price shock and new concerns over the global economic outlook. Climate risks, accelerating digital competition, rising interest rates and volatile exchange rates all present additional challenges that risk managers need to address proactively.
In this track, participants will work with the models that help tackle many of these challenges. We will explore the evolving risk landscape for emerging market banks, including credit risk and the asset-liability management exposures related to liquidity, market interest rates and foreign exchange rates. After setting up the 360° enterprise risk perspective, we will take a deep dive into arrears management and statistical credit scoring.
The agenda is packed full of interactive sessions with seasoned industry experts, networking sessions as well as entertainment and external site visits.*
On the afternoon of Wednesday 5 July, participants will get the chance to visit a German instituion for an external site visit. The site visit offers a more practical perspective on some of the industry's most pressing challenges.
The trend elective opens up the whole Summer Academy for all participants. Perhaps you've always been fascinated by cyber security, or the topic of loss and damage is particularly relevant for you and your instituion. The trend elective morning will also allow you to meet and engage with other participants from other disciplines.
*Agenda is subject to change and confirmation
Upon successful completion of this track, participants will be able to:
This track is targeted primarily aimed at risk managers and board level management. Supervisors, financial analysts and workout professionals will also benefit.
Dr. Joachim Bald
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.
The tuition fee for the trainings is EUR 5,700 and it covers all training materials, catering as well as transportation for any site visits*.
The Summer Academies are fully tuition based and not sponsored. Accordingly, participants are required to cover the full costs of the training or find a sponsor.
*Subject to change
There are several combinable discounts for the Summer Academy:
The Summer Academy will be held at the Frankfurt School campus. Being one of the leading business schools in Germany and Europe, Frankfurt School offers modern facilities for an interactive senior training program. Our training rooms are equipped with the newest technology and the newest media to provide flexibility and quality in our training courses.
We have a strong focus on the wellbeing of our guests and course participants, a good training environment, air quality and modern equipment.
The language of instruction will be English and no translation will be provided.