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Model Risk Management: Understanding the Bank of England’s Supervisory Statement

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Published: 19 Mar 2024

Model risk is one of the most important risks in a financial institution. It impacts front office, operations, finance, internal and external audit. This webinar provides a concise overview of the Bank of England’s requirements and how to apply them across the organisation.
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Furthermore, many models are spreadsheet based. The speakers will also explore how the Financial Modelling Code and 20 Principles for Good Spreadsheet Practice can be applied to handle general spreadsheet model risk management by finance professionals.

First broadcast on 19 March 2024

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