November 27, 2022, Sunday

Welcome to Our Series of Webinars - Deep Dives with IIQF Experts

Indian Institute of Quantitative Finance

New Frontiers of Risk Quants & Machine Learning March for Glory
Date: November 27, 2022, Sunday | Time: 12:00 PM

Program details

IIQF 2023 curtain-raising session sharing BFSI Risk insights & perspectives on the Quants new-found quest for real-time, dynamic & data-science driven modelling & analytics solutions. Participants should look forward to the deep dive into the narrowing gap on whether the classical quantitative methods keep modulating to the data OR data is intensively mined by the machine to learn a meaningful method.

Session Topical Coverage

  • Quantitative Modelling Rethinking on Emerging & Event-Driven Risks
  • RegTech FinTech Revolution & Repercussions
  • Roadmap for Machine Learning in Quants — Assumptions, Applications, Adoption & Acceptance
  • Futuristic State & Strategic-Ask for Data Mining Driven Financial ReEngineering & Dynamic Real-Time Quantitative Risk Modelling
  • AI & ML - BFSI Footprints, Fault Lines & Forward-Thinking

Speaker: Sanjay Bhatia

Sanjay is a Risk Management professional with 14 years of mainstay experience of more than 13 years in BASEL Advanced and IFRS-9 Regulatory Risk Model implementation. He is currently working as Director with UBS (A Swiss Global Wealth Manager & Investment Bank) and previously worked with various foreign banks (Barclays, RBS, Citi, Credit Suisse) and in Risk Consulting.

He is also very passionate about imparting practical model understanding & insights and has been a professional trainer for Corporate & Investment Banks. His areas of interest are Credit & Counterparty Credit Risk, Stress Testing, Stochastic Modelling, Quantitative Finance and Machine Learning.

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