What Does “Moneyball” Have to Do With Surviving the Next Downturn?
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  • What Does “Moneyball” Have to Do With Surviving the Next Downturn?

    Michael Fuchs

    Published May 24, 2015

     

    Selecting and managing your bank’s credit risks -- while producing accurate and timely risk ratings -- is a critical function in today’s rapidly changing regulatory and competitive environment. The type of risk rating systems employed must not only reflect the complexity of a bank’s commercial lending activities and overall levels of risk involved, but should allow for monitoring of changes and trends in risk levels, facilitate informed decision making, differentiate individual and groups of credit by the risk they pose, and manage overall credit risk in a way that optimizes returns over the long run and satisfies requirements of your regulator.

    Gain insights from Michael Fuchs, director of commercial lending for Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, in this presentation designed to show how a more targeted, data-oriented approach to implementing credit risk ratings systems can help you field a more competitive, successful credit team and position you for the next downturn.



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