Credit Scoring and Credit Control Conference XVII
Wednesday 25th – Friday 27th August 2021
This is Europe’s premier conference for credit scoring and related topics. For the past 30 years, it has welcomed hundreds of delegates biennially with 2019 being the most successful ever with over 400 attendees from over 40 countries. The conference bridges the academic-practitioner divide.
It is the agenda-setting forum for credit scoring, with talks covering everything from current industry issues to the latest statistical research findings; and we are designing a digital version to achieve the same learning and networking objectives.
Credit Scoring and Credit Control Conference XVII (Online) will be accessible remotely and will use EventsAIR, a virtual event technology to provide a comprehensively curated programme.
Delegates and speakers will receive detailed joining instructions the week before the conference.
I very much hope you will join us for this year’s innovative online conference!
Director of Credit Research Centre
Professor of Business Economics
Early bird registration closes: 30/06/2021
Conference registration closes: 20/08/2021
Cancellation cut off: 02/08/2021
The conference fee includes attendance at one of two workshops on the afternoon of Tuesday 24 August from 15:00-16:30 (GMT). During the registration process you will have the opportunity to select one (or neither) of these free sessions:
Introduction to Credit Scoring
The workshop provides an introduction to credit scoring for the newcomers to the field. It covers the main concepts and stages in scorecard (credit scoring model) development: transformation of characteristics/ features, classification algorithms, measuring predictive accuracy.
Implementation – Practical Considerations to Sit Alongside the Theory
The workshop provides an introduction to the practical considerations in the selection of characteristics of credit scoring. It will cover model implementation – testing and validation, setting the cut-off (a range of strategic options), up selling (the pros and cons), and risk based pricing – impacts on behaviour.
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