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New Post 10/1/2014 10:47 AM
User is offline HardyBA
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Credit risk measurement in retail lending 

Hello Everyone!

 I am looking for some guidelines to follow as a NEW BA. The project will be based on Retail lending and credit risk measurement. I think they are building a new system.

Is there any document explaining sequential approach or simply from where to start?

Any inputs on this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

 

 

 
New Post 10/15/2014 10:35 PM
User is offline Grant
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Re: Credit risk measurement in retail lending 

I am also currently working on a project in the Credit Risk Management space.

Managing credit risk involves the creation of analytical models that help to predict the probability that a borrower will default on their loan in a given time frame. These projects are normally data intensive, as the ability to create an accurate model relies on the availability of a large pool of reliable data. My suggestion is that you start by:

1. Confirm what the goal of your project is. Starting your BA approach on the premise of "I think they are building a new system" is not going to benefit you in any way.

2. Prepare yourself by researching the world of Credit Risk Analysis (Google). You need to have an understanding of terms such as PD (Probability of Default), LGD (Loss Given Default) and EAD (Exposure At Default) to be able to engage with your project stakeholders.

Good luck!

 
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