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International Conference on Credit Analysis and Risk Management

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September 14, 2017 September 15, 2017


Basel, Switzerland [Map it]


This conference is dedicated to special topics in credit risk measurement and management as well as to the discussion of causes and impacts of events on international financial markets and current regulatory activities in the field. Thereby, the conference is intended to expand the knowledge on the functioning of the credit business through discussion of both existing and new methods and models of credit analysis, credit risk management and related topics such as relationship lending and regulation.

The conference (which originated with the first one at Oakland University in 2011) shall bring together academics, practitioners and PhD students active in the field of credit risk management: While a portion of the conference will be reserved for keynote speeches, research papers on credit analysis are being invited for presentation and discussion. Research Papers and abstracts are solicited on the following topics:

  • Credit analysis and credit ratings
  • Credit portfolio models and limitations
  • Credit derivatives and structured finance
  • The future of regulation
  • Risk analysis and management
  • Credit rating agencies
  • Relationship lending


  • Speeches from financial practitioners and panel discussions
  • Presentations of academic papers
  • Conference Dinner on September 14, 2017

The registration fee of CHF 450 for practitioners (reduced fee of CHF 350 for academics and CHF 300 for presenting academics) permits attendance at all workshops at the Thursday-Friday conference (September 14-15, 2017) including conference material. The conference dinner is charged separately with CHF 80. The invoice (PDF) will be sent by e-mail.

Call for Papers/Submissions

Papers can be submitted until the 31st of January, 2017.

Accepted papers will be presented and discussed in 30 min time slots, with a discussant allocated to each paper and time for discussion with the audience (presentation 20min, discussant 5min, Q&A 5min).

The papers presented at the conference are invited for submission (preferred submission procedure) to Credit and Capital Markets. Furthermore, like in the former conferences, a book summarizing the conference proceedings will be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 


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