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Add to Calendar2020-12-02 09:00:002020-12-02 09:00:00The Evolving Credit Crisis- How Credit Unions Can Respond Now
[03:32] Banks are reporting minimum increases in the things you would expect to see as warning signs like charge-off rates and delinquency rates.
[11:20] Sophisticated modeling techniques are models that are built from lots of historical information, can tie variables together, and anticipate credit losses.
[17:29] The credit unions that have a good understanding of their membership, markets, loan portfolios, and the ability to get some insight into those analytics may see some opportunities to expand into other product types.
Add to Calendar2020-06-04 14:00:002020-06-04 14:00:00Credit Loss in the Time of COVID-19: Methods to Better Prepare Your CU
About the Webinar
Credit unions have experienced unanticipated, rapid, and systemic shock. The initial losses are already staggering, with the full magnitude of the crisis yet-to-be determined. While new jobless claims may be leveling off, the number of people continuing to receive unemployment benefits could remain at record levels for many months to come.
Whether responding to the current crisis environment, or planning for eventual recovery and rebuilding phases, credit unions are forced to throw out and rethink all of their previous forecasts. In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
Evolving methods and variables for reasonable and supportable forecasting
New tools and resources to augment internal processes and staffing levels - with ways to quickly adapt for risk assessments and mitigation
Techniques and resources available to credit unions to interpret macro-economic variables into actionable intelligence on their portfolios
How credit unions can assess potential losses under multiple scenarios and time horizons to help appropriately manage credit risk
Watch the the Webinar On-Demand