European Banking Roadshow: Paris

Decode Risk. Unlock Opportunity

Moody's Analytics Summit Roadshow 2023 brings together members of the banking community to network and learn about best practices, innovations, and forward-looking thought leadership.

  • 13:00

    Registration and lunch

  • 14:00

    Opening remarks (French)

    Maxime George
    Maxime George Director - Sales Manager, Banking, Moody's Analytics
  • 14:10

    Keynote: Trends in the European Banking systems (French)

  • 14:40

    Economic overview (French)

    Barbara Teixeira Araujo
    Barbara Teixeira Araujo Assistant Director - Economist, Moody's
  • 15:10

    Fireside Chat: GenAI: Disrupting to the traditional banking business model (English)

  • 15:40

    Coffee Break

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    Breakout Session 1

    • Risk & Finance (French)

      Managing Interest Rate Risks in an high interest rate Environment

      -IRRBB in the context of high interest rates
      -Impact of interest rates on models
      -Defining meaningful scenarios in this context

      Nicolas Kunghehian
      Nicolas Kunghehian Director - Solutions Specialist, Moody's
    • ESG & Climate (French)

      Evolution of Climate and Environmental Change Expectations and Requirements

       Market overview

      • Current regulatory status and new requirements currently under negotiation by regulators at EU level
      • Evolution in banking market practices to integrate ESG and climate risks. Overview of the challenges banks are facing
      • Overview of the tools and solutions implemented by MA to support banks in alignment with the latest ECB recommendations through the integration of ESG & climate risks
    • KYC & Compliance (French)

      Adapting to Change: Exploring the Impacts of Lowering the Beneficial Ownership Threshold in the new EU's AML regulation

      This session will examine the impact of this adjustment on financial institutions' workflows and their access to beneficial ownership registers, as well as their heightened obligation to proactively detect and report any discrepancies.

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    Breakout Session 2

    • Risk & Finance (French)

      Implications of Basel 3 reforms on capital planning and business models

      - EY Final Basel III key findings and impacts
      - Key aspects relative to capital management, planning and digital transformation under the new Basel rules

      •Capital/Risk Appetite Allocation implications – Capital planning – steering & Management of product mix – Balance sheet view
      •Technology as an enable - Digital Transformation covering compliance impacts on architecture/IT, Data Management & operational resilience

    • ESG & Climate (English)

      Climate Change: Impact on the Auto Industry Credit Risk Depends on a Climate Scenario

      • Global damages and CO2 Price Paths determine climate scenario severity
      • Physical risk reflects company’s location
      • Sector and firm-level emissions matters for the transition risk
      • Tesla bets on a transition scenario
      • Financials consistent with the climate model
    • Towards perpetual KYC (French)

      Addressing the data architecture and data quality challenge in the context of regional needs, post Brexit, to meet the ECB data strategy

      This session will examine the notion of perpetual or continuous KYC and KYO ( know your obligations), in recognition of the challenges and opportunities it presents to Banks Continental Europe whilst engaging with said strategy:
      The European data strategy aims to make the EU a leader in a data-driven society. Creating a single market for data will allow it to flow freely within the EU and across sectors for the benefit of businesses, researchers and public administrations. The European data strategy aims to make the EU a leader in a data-driven society. Creating a single market for data will allow it to flow freely within the EU and across sectors for the benefit of businesses, researchers and public administrations.

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    Breakout Session 3

  • 17:30

    Drinks reception

Early warning and Data/AI in Loan Monitoring

Early warning of material risk is one of the fundamental challenges of credit risk analysis. For those managing loan portfolios, a common pain point is the ability to get a signal of excessive risk in a timely fashion.
In our recent market survey, we found that 1 in 3 banks is looking to improve their loan monitoring activities in the near future.

Applying AI to Write Credit Memos

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are rippling across industries. In banking, it's enabling progress in customer targeting, credit decisioning, and portfolio management. In this session, we'll share some of the work Moody's is doing to integrate AI in loan origination solutions – specifically, leveraging generative AI to streamline credit memos for new deals or renewals.

The Next Era of Onboarding and Risk Assessment

Who am I doing business with? What are the risks associated with a new or known customer? These are seemingly straightforward questions that, for many banks, do not have a straightforward answer. Moody’s Analytics data and analytics enable our customers to address these risk areas with confidence.

An Integrated Perspective on ESG

ESG risks, including those arising from climate change, are among the key risks shaping the financial industry. They are also interconnecting with other risk drivers, raising market demand for integrated risk assessments incorporating ESG. Learn how Moody’s leverages more than a century of insights and credit expertise to give a curated view of ESG and climate data and insights.


Event Details:

Venue Name: Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme

Address: 5 Rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France

Date: 12 October, 2023

Time: 13:00 - 18:30 CEST