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January 13 Workshop: Pattern Recognition in Time Series Data

Recorded: January 13, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. EST

Traders and investors rely on time series patterns generated by asset performance to inform and guide their trading and asset allocation decisions. Economists take advantage of analogous patterns in macroeconomic and market data to forecast recessions and other market events.

But you need to be able to spot these patterns in order to use them.

Catch the latest in RiskSpan’s series of machine learning and data workshops as Chirag Soni and Jing Liu, two of RiskSpan’s experts working at the intersection of data science and capital markets, demonstrate how advanced machine learning techniques such as Dynamic Time Warping and KShape can be applied to automate time series analysis and effectively detect patterns hiding in your data.

Chirag and Jing will discuss specific applications, explain popular algorithms, and walk through code examples.

Join us on Wednesday, January 13th! 



December 2 Workshop: Structured Data Extraction from Image with Google Document AI

Recorded: Dec. 2nd | 1:00 p.m. EDT

RiskSpan Director Steven Sun shares a procedural approach to tackling the difficulties of efficiently extracting structured data from images, scanned documents, and handwritten documents using Google’s latest Document AI Solution. This approach greatly improves:

  • Effectiveness and accuracy of extracting data which will be otherwise difficult or impossible, and 
  • Automating and streamlining the process of feeding extracted data into a data analytic framework

Steven Sun

Director, RiskSpan


Executive Interview: Inside the OCC

Watch RiskSpan CEO Bernadette Kogler’s interview with Acting Comptroller of the Currency Brian Brooks.

They discuss many topics include the OCC’s Project REACh, machine learning models to expand the credit box, blockchain’s role in housing finance, and the expanding definition of a chartered institution.

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Workshop: Measuring and Visualizing Feature Impact & Machine Learning Model Materiality

Recorded: Oct. 28th | 1:00 p.m. EDT

RiskSpan CIO Suhrud Dagli, who discussed how ML is being incorporated into model risk management during our Sep. 30 webinar: Machine Learning in Model Validation, demonstrates in greater detail how machine learning can be used:

  • In input data validations,
  • To measure feature impact, and
  • To visualize how multiple features interact with each other

Suhrud Dagli


Co-Founder & Fintech Lead, RiskSpan


September 17 Webinar: Using Alternative Data to Widen the Credit Box

Recorded:
Sep. 17th | 1:00 p.m. EDT

RiskSpan’s Bernadette Kogler led a panel of industry experts in a review of the U.S. economy and how mortgage companies can employ alternative data to responsibly extend mortgage credit more broadly to current and potential homeowners.

Participants include 

  • Bernadette Kogler, Co-Founder & CEO, RiskSpan
  • Amy Crews Cutts, President, AC Cutts and Associates
  • Janet Jozwik, Managing Director, RiskSpan
  • Laurie Goodman, Director, Housing Finance Policy Center, The Urban Institute
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September 30 Webinar: Machine Learning in Model Validation

Recorded: September 30th | 1:00 p.m. EDT

Join our panel of experts as they share their latest work using machine learning to identify and validate model inputs.

  • Suhrud Dagli, Co-Founder & Fintech Lead, RiskSpan
  • Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management & Validation, Regions Bank
  • Nick Young, Head of Model Validation, RiskSpan
  • Sanjukta Dhar, Consulting Partner, Risk and Regulatory Compliance Strategic Initiative, TCS Canada

Featured Speakers

Suhrud-Dagli

Suhrud Dagli

Co-Founder & Fintech Lead, RiskSpan

Jacob Kosoff

Head of Model Risk Management & Validation, Regions Bank

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Nick Young

Head of Model Validation, RiskSpan

Sanjukta Dhar

Sanjukta Dhar

Consulting Partner, Risk and Regulatory Compliance Strategic Initiative, Tata Consulting


August 12 Webinar: Good Models, Bad Scenarios? Delinquency, Forbearance, and COVID

Recorded: August 12th | 1:00 p.m. EDT

Business-as usual macroeconomic scenarios that seemed sensible a few months ago are now obviously incorrect. Off-the-shelf models likely need enhancements. How can institutions adapt? 

Credit modelers don’t need to predict the future. They just need to forecast how borrowers are likely to respond to changing economic conditions. This requires robust datasets and insightful scenario building.

Let our panel of experts walk you through how they approach scenario building, including:

  • How mortgage delinquencies have traditionally tracked unemployment and how these assumptions may need to be altered when unemployment is concentrated in non-homeowning population segments.
  • The likely impacts of home purchases and HPI on credit performance.
  • Techniques for translating macroeconomic scenarios into prepayment and default vectors.

Featured Speakers

Shelley Klein

Shelley Klein

VP of Loss Forecast and Allowance, Fannie Mae

Janet Jozwik

Janet Jozwik

Managing Director, RiskSpan

Suhrud-Dagli

Suhrud Dagli

Co-founder and CIO, RiskSpan

Michael Neal

Michael Neal

Senior Research Associate, The Urban Institute


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