The seminar Workout in Banking Practice (non-retail) is organized as an open seminar for employees from different institutions.
The aim of the seminar is to acquaint participants with the practical aspects of debt recovery from the non-retail segment. The enforcement process will be presented in the context of the changing economic and regulatory environment. From the creditor bank's point of view, participants will learn about the main recovery procedures and their application in the workout department's work and learn how the implementation of IFRS9 influenced the creditor bank's decision-making processes on so-called ineffective receivables. The seminar also introduces a new recommended regulatory framework for banks from the ECB's authorial workshop, covering the entire area of the management and management of non-performing receivables.
The seminar is intended primarily for non-retail debt recovery specialists in the Workout departments, as well as for specialists in Early Warning System (EWS) departments, risk managers, employees of sales departments responsible for managing credit claims in the pre-Workout (IFRS Stage 2), Compliance and Internal Audit staff.
Ing. Jiří Klumpar
Jiří Klumpar is an expert in the Czech banking sector with many years of experience. Since 1991, he has gradually held a number of important positions and functions. He was the Director of the Risk and Settlement Department at the CNB, the Compulsory Administrator of Agrobanka Praha, the Chairman of the CBA Regulatory Commission, the Director of PwC's Advisory Services for Financial Institutions, the CEO of Česká exportní banka a.s., Director of the Workout Department at Raiffeisenbank a. s. and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna a.s.
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