PRMIA Vienna Chapter Meeting

Challenges & lessons learned from integrated forward looking approach
towards Enterprise Stress Testing and IFRS 9


Over the last couple of years, banks around the globe have been swamped with increasing regulatory scrutiny and complexity. In particular a shift from the traditional backward looking “What Is” supervision & bank steering towards a more forward looking “What If” approach can be noted. Focusing on historical performance is no longer sufficient, banks have to now spend increasing effort to demonstrate to external stakeholders that they can satisfy their performance requirements also in the future periods, both on the finance and the risk side, while considering also the potential adverse macroeconomic outlook.
Together with PRMIA and banking experts we will provide guidance and perspectives on the need for an aligned and integrated approach towards stress testing & forward looking risk and finance calculations and the efficiency gains & commercial benefits of such approach.

Please note that this meeting will be conducted in English.       

In Cooperation with


Tuesday, 28.5.2019 
17:30 – 18:00
18:00 – 18:30

Introduction "Looking into the future"
Peter Plochan (SAS & PRMIA)

18:30 – 19:00
Enterprise Wide Stress Testing: Process & Orchestration
Florian Kinast (Raiffeisen Bank International AG),
Gernot Hinterleitner (Raiffeisen Bank International AG)
19:00 – 19:30
Stress Testing Credit Risk & IFRS 9
Christian Steinlechner (Raiffeisen Bank International AG),
Ante Sisko (Erste Group Bank AG)

Get Together & Networking


SAS Office

Trabrennstraße 2B (2. Stock)

1020 Wien


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