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Credit scoring

Credit Scoring

The seminar Credit scoring is organized as an open seminar for employees from different institutions and also as an in-house seminar organized for employees of clients with tailor made requirements.

Objectives of the seminar

The seminar introduces credit scoring and its use. It shows differences between application and behavioural scorings together with methods used in credit scoring. The seminar also presents the criteria for the assessment effectiveness of methods used in credit scoring and how to apply these criteria. The methods discussed at the seminar are demonstrated on numerical examples. The seminar further defines the difference between rating and scoring, including a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of these methods.

For whom it is intended

The seminar is intended for specialists dealing with credit risk, especially those involved in the development and validation of credit models.


Content of the seminar

  1. Definition of credit risk
  2. Rating
  3. Credit scoring
  4. Scoring model life cycle
  5. Data inputs
  6. Methods used for the development od scoring models
  7. Assessment of predictive power of statistical methods
  8. Model validation
  9. Practical example


Currently no open seminar is organized. If you are interested in this topic please contact us and we will be delighted to prepare an in-house seminar for you.