- Credit Risk for Beginners 1: General credit risk basics and credit exposures in standard transactions. Participants become familiar with the terminology, are able to ask relevant questions and acquire a good start in credit risk.
- Credit Risk for Beginners 2: Counterparty analysis and trading recommendation. Participants understand how to apply all aspects of credit risk management to recommend a rating and trading terms for discussion and revision with a senior credit professional.
- Credit Risk Exposures: Attendants learn how to calculate exposures in standard transactions, will identify the key drivers to measure risk in structured and long-term transactions and will understand the concepts and applications of CVA, PFE and CVaR.
- Portfolio Compression: A comprehensive guide to understand the concepts, analysis and project management, to enable compliance with EMIR, reduction of credit and operational risk.
Following a successful career in commodities credit risk management, Diana set up Crediten to help risk teams to transform and develop their operations while achieving commercial expectations.
She has managed portfolios ranging from 10 to 3000 counterparties, in organisation ranging from businesses under steep growth stages to those preserving conservative risk management practices, or heavily constrained by market size and quality of participants.
Gap analysis: Our clients are relatively new energy players who do not have a full-time credit department. The project aims at comparing the current practices in the credit area with best practices benchmarks. The purpose is to identify improvement opportunities achievable in the short, medium and long-term in relation to the credit risk policy, established procedures, practices and resources.
Portfolio Compression: We build the procedures to analyse portfolios for compression purposes and co-ordinate the execution of bilateral and multilateral compressions.
Temporary specialised personnel: