Published by Risk Books, this book includes 15 chapters representing a broad selection of perspectives from key thinkers and practitioners involved in credit risk management. Contributors hail from regulatory bodies, banks, insurance companies, consulting firms, analytics providers, and fintech disruptors. Their contributions explore the intersection of technology, regulatory mandates, and geopolitical developments, and form conclusions about the business and operational impacts of each.
”Over the last few decades, regulatory oversight, information-technology advances, and political events have driven unprecedented levels of change in credit risk management,” said Levy. “Organizations will need to understand the interplay among these forces to manage credit risk effectively both now and in the coming years.”
“The future of credit risk management will be marked by seemingly intractable new challenges, including climate change and global debt,” added Zhang. “But by studying the evolution of credit risk management to this point, institutions will be better prepared to handle these threats going forward.”
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