The new accounting standard, IFRS 9, will cause a major change in the way in which banks account for credit losses; moving from a backward looking to a forward looking approach based on Expected Loss. This could affect banks’ reported capital adequacy and profitability as well as requiring changes to existing Accounting and Credit Risk Processes. We conduct quantitative impact analyses, gap analyses, and assist clients in re-engineering their existing processes in order to comply with IFR 9 that will be coming into force as of 1.1.2018.


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