How to mitigate the challenges of IFRS 9 by applying receivables management models?

Katerina Bosevska from EOS and Zlatica Civkaroski from Sparkasse Bank Macedonia will be speaking at the 12th Annual Banking Credit Risk Management Summit organized by Allan Lloyds Group.

Adopting the IFRS 9 will materially influence banks’ financial statements with impairment calculations. Impairment analysis would lead to a more sound, a lower-risk banking system with more efficient banks and better allocation of capital.

One of the important challenges coming with this is how to mitigate the change from an incurred loss model (IAS39) of credit provisioning to expected loss (IFRS9)?

Katerina Bosevska from EOS and Zlatica Civkaroski from Sparkasse Bank Macedonia will be speaking on 13th of February at the 12th Annual Banking Credit Risk Management Summit organized by Allan Lloyds Group.

They will give you an inside of a case study touching on:  

  • Fast and dynamic management of NPLs (earlier recognition at different stages)
  • Practical implementation of debt sale models as a solution for overcoming the effects from one active management of provisioning/impairment models.

Speakers biographies

Ms. Katerina Boshevska is Managing Director for EOS in Macedonia. She has Master’s Degree in Economics from the University in Skopje. Her working carrier of more than 15 years is built in both public and private sector in the field of finance and management. She also has many project-based engagements. For the period of her professional carrier she focuses on productive process management what becomes her specialty. The knowledge builds up with the experience she started to share as an educator since 2008. She has a continuous cooperation as a guest speaker with the Faculty of Economics, Post-graduate studies in Monetary Economy and in 2015 she was awarded a membership to the Academic Council of the Academy for Banking and Information Technology (ABIT) in Macedonia.

Ms. Zlatica Civkaroski is a Head of Workout and Collateral management Division at Sparkasse Bank Macedonia. She has Master’s Degree in Economics from the University in Skopje enriched with various specialized international courses and training in the field of Risk Management and Collection. She brings over 14 years’ experience in banking and has extensive operational knowledge especially in Risk Management. Over 7 years’ experience as an executive with emphasis on change management, development and structuring of risk division. She has successfully implemented several key projects in the field of NPL management activities, introducing new collection models which positively influenced on the banks efficiency. Apart of her native Macedonian, she speaks fluently English and Serbian, and converses in Croatian, Bosnian, Bulgarian and Albanian.

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