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Upcoming Events:

  • 2 Aug 2017 -- Join us at 12pm MT / 2pm ET for a webinar discussion of how consumer demand affects credit quality. In light of recent shifts in demand, we will review our research conducted with Jose Canals-Cerda of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve on how economic conditions can create adverse selection among loan applicants.

    Click here to sign up and receive an invitation to our webinar.
  • 29 Aug 2017 -- Dr. Breeden will be presenting at the Edinburgh conference. Details to be shared in the coming days.
  • 5 - 7 Nov 2017 --Prescient Models will be attending the Annual Risk Management Conference in Baltimore, MD. Join us as we discuss strategies for dealing with the critical issues banks will be facing. This event is designed for risk management professionals at every career level.

Recent Announcements:

  • June 2017 -- In this recent Risk Management Association podcast, Dr. Joseph Breeden discusses how existing models can converge or be modified to adapt and fill different needs, specifically regarding Basel II for capital reserves, CCAR/DFAST programs for stress testing, and IFRS9 and CECL for ALLL.
    Click here to listen .
  • March 2017 -- The Prescient Models team recently completed the analysis for the Deep Future Analytics CECL Study, exploring the best modeling approaches and options for implementing the new lifetime loss reverse guidelines.
    Visit our blog post for the executive summary and the full results of the CECL Study.