On Demand Webinar

MRM CP6/22 – What Banks Should Do Now

About the webinar

As banks and building societies prepare for CP6/22, it’s clear this new regulation is going to have a seismic impact on model management across the industry.

Forward thinking banks need to act now, to not only unify model management to meet impending new compliance requirements, but also to turn regulatory change into strategic advantage.

But what steps need to be taken to prepare for CP6/22? How can you assess current MRM frameworks against the PRA’s five principles? And how can you rethink internal approaches to regulatory scrutiny, redeveloping processes as an enabler of innovation? 

Join this webinar to understand:

  • How to adapt to the PRA’s CP6/22 regulation, embracing regulatory change as an enabler of digital innovation.
  • Lessons UK banks can take from the US Federal Reserve’s SR 11-7 – and how US Banks have adapted to regulated Model Risk Management guidance.
  • Required development of model frameworks, in line with PRA requirements.
  • Development of model risk in AL & ML – and how this can be extended beyond risk to pricing, personalisation, fraud detection and more.

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About the Experts

David Asermely
Global Lead - Model Risk Management

David Asermely is the Global Lead of Model Risk Management at SAS, responsible for product design, support, partner strategy and more. Passionate about translating data into actionable intelligence, David combines the best technologies and design principles to help financial services organisations improve modelling efficiency and quality.

David holds two master’s degrees from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Prior to joining SAS, he managed the Bank of New York Mellon’s Global Performance and Risk Analytics product set.

Louise Potts
Head of Banking - Customer Advisory, UKI

Louise Potts leads the UK Banking Customer Advisory team who are responsible for helping banks to manage risk, protect their customers from fraud and deliver great customer experience by using analytics to turn data into insight and then applying that insight at the right time to maximise impact. We aim to make banking simple, save and rewarding for everyone.