Stress testing is a vital risk management tool aiding identification of potential risks and vulnerabilities in the Balance Sheet.
Prudential regulation is emphasizing the importance of Stress Testing processes in multiple contexts, not only for systemic banks but also for small-sized financial institutions.
However, conducting this exercise accurately, using granular data and consistent methodologies, can be arduous, unless this process is automated.
In this breakfast seminar Prometeia demonstrates how to automate the stress testing process to meet both, internal risk management and regulatory requirements.
Massimo Pedroni, Senior Partner Prometeia
A senior partner at Prometeia since 2018. He has been the Head of International Business since 2014 and coordinates the activities of the overseas branches of the Group based in London, Istanbul, Moscow, Cairo and Lagos. A graduate with honours in Banking Economics from the University of Modena in 2000, he completed a Master’s in Finance at University College London (UCL). Before returning to Prometeia, he worked for KPMG and Lloyds TSB in London as head of the Model Governance & Validation department. His many years of experience as a Risk Management consultant have seen him work in over fifteen countries, managing major projects in Austria, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Central-Eastern Europe and the Middle East.