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Do you work with credit risk, and do you want to know more about how you can work smarter with data? We are repeating our Forum for Credit Risk, this time with topics like benchmarking, representativeness and data lineage.

We have invited Simon Ross-Hansen, Chairman in Global Credit Data (GCD), who will provide insights in how data from GCD can be used in the financial sector to live up to regulatory requirements. Mikael Lindgren from Nordea will present a tool that is developed to understand data processes when developing models. Moreover, Anders Schou, Executive Economic Director at Finance Denmark, will talk about the modelling landscape in a regulatory perspective.

We look forward to seeing you and engaging with you!

Practical information

Date and time: Monday, 13 March 2023 at 15:00 - 18:00. Registration between 15.00-15.15. Networking and a light meal 17.00-18.00.

Location: KPMG, Dampfærgevej 28, Copenhagen Ø. 

Parking: If arriving by car, please use the parking basement at Amerika Plads. Otherwise Nordhavn Station is only a short walk from the office.

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For questions please contact us at KPMG events.

The program

15.00-15.15: Registration
15.15-15.30: Welcome and introduction
15.30-16.00: Data as input to becoming compliant w/Simon Ross-Hansen
16.00-16.30: Understanding the data flow w/Mikael Lindgren
16.30-16.50: Developing models for the future w/Anders Schou
16.50-17.00: Final remarks
17.00-18.00: Networking and light refreshments

About our speakers

Simon Ross-Hansen, Global Credit Data (GCD) and Nykredit

Simon has many years of experience from the financial sector in Denmark, mainly working within the field of credit risk. On top of that, Simon has been a board member in GCD for 11 years before becoming the Chairman last summer.
Global Credit Data (GCD) is a world wide banking association with the aim of collecting default information and facilitating analysis and research to contribute to a better understanding of credit risk.

Mikael Lindgren, Nordea

Mikael has a master’s in Technical Physics, yet he is not an astronaut at NASA but a Technology Leader at Nordea having the overall responsibility to ensure successful IT deliveries. Mikael has a strong focus on ensuring that the IT processes are efficient and fit for purpose. From the time in Nordea, Mikael has also been Program Manager for the Basel Program performing a transformation of the program into an Agile setup.


Anders Schou, Finance Denmark

Anders joined Finance Denmark in August 2022 as Executive Economic Director responsible for capital and market regulation. His responsibilities span from capital requirements and compliance with the law to accounting rules and securities. Anders is leveraging on his experience from Nordea, where he was Head of ICAAP and regulations prior to joining Finance Denmark.

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