Pronovea Banking Summit 2023: Credit Risk Management

From 11 Till 12 Oct. 2023 Vienna Physical / Online / Hybrid
Conference details

Who Should Attend

Pronovea has carefully assembled a speaker faculty of leading C-suite executives, directors, thinkers, and innovators to provide the blueprint for Credit Risk in 2023. Join us for engaging case study presentations, panel discussions, roundtable discussions, interactive breakout sessions, and insights from leading cross-industry professionals from around the world.

  • The Ascent and Decline of Credit Suisse: The Bank That Contributed to The Development of Modern Switzerland
  • Fraud Detection in Machine Learning & AI
  • Mitigating Credit Risk in A Changing Climate: Strategies for Managing ESG Risk in The Banking Sector
  • IFRS9 Takes Center Stage: Why Banks in Europe Will Keep Focusing on It In 2023?
  • Shifting Tides: How the Russia-Ukraine Conflict Is Changing the Landscape of Credit Risk Management in Europe?
  • What Impact Will Basel IV Have on Credit Risk Management Practices in Europe in 2023?
  • Shielding Banks from Non-Performing Loans: The Role of Risk Management
  • How To Improve Credit Risk Management During High-Inflation Periods?
  • Exploring The Intersection of Technology and Risk Management: Leveraging Innovation for Enhanced Effectiveness
Things to do in Vienna after the conference
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Experience one of the world’s foremost museums! Let yourself be enchanted by works spanning five millennia, from Ancient Egypt to the modern era. Experience unique major works by Dürer, Raphael, Titian and Velázquez as well as the world’s largest collection of Bruegel paintings, all in a magnificent setting.

Many of the objects in the museum reflect Austria’s contributions to the development of modern technology. Multimedia shows and interactive experiments illustrate the dependence on technology in our daily life.

Discover the fascinating era of “VIENNA 1900” in the grand museum building on Vienna’s Ringstraße with art nouveau masterpieces of the Wiener Werkstätte by Gustav Klimt, Josef Hoffmann, or Koloman Moser. Inaugurated in 1871, the building by Heinrich von Ferstel is one of the grandest works of architecture on Vienna’s Ringstraße.