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IACPM Weekly SmartBrief
Essential News for Credit Portfolio Management Professionals
The articles below provide information on developments, events and issues of importance to the Association and its members.
The IACPM is actively engaging in dialogue with global regulators on a number of proposed changes: A Note from IACPM's Executive Director, Som-lok Leung.
Respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey expect rising defaults and wider spreads amid concerns over China, the energy sector, interest rates, Brexit, and the upcoming US election.
The IACPM, in conjunction with Fintegral, surveyed 54 financial institutions across the globe to assesses the progress made since the OCC published its SR 11-7 Guidance on Model Risk Management in 2011.
The IACPM, in conjunction with McKinsey & Company, surveyed 41 financial institutions across the globe to understand the evolving role of the Credit Portfolio Management function within the Enterprise.
Respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey acknowledge the general expectation for worsening credit conditions in Europe but also more difficult conditions around the rest of the world.
A joint association letter has been submitted in response to the BCBS Consultative Document: Reducing variation in credit risk-weighted assets - constraints on the use of internal model approaches.
In the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey a substantial majority of survey respondents expect credit defaults to rise over the next 12 months.
In response to the consultative document "Revisions to the Standardized Approach for Credit Risk - second consultative document" a joint association letter as well as an IACPM comment letter have been submitted.
The IACPM submitted a comment letter to APRA in response to the discussion paper "Revisions to the prudential framework for securitisation", released November 2015.
The latest quarterly IACPM Credit Outlook Survey turned sharply negative as survey respondents see conditions deteriorating in every segment measured.