Vendor Management - How Model Risk Fits In
Thursday, August 15th, 2019
With financial institutions increasingly relying on third-party providers to offer their products and services comes increased risk. Starting with the core system, should you outsource it or keep it in-house? And following with the rest of all the banking products you offer to your business clients or members that depend on technology, how in depth should your due diligence be? In this educational session, the presenter provides best practices based on the FFIEC IT Examination Handbook to help you develop a simple yet comprehensive Vendor Management Program.
In addition, along with Vendor Management, which includes all the third-party providers of systems and software, comes yet another risk—Model Risk. The presenter will explain step by step the OCC SR Letter 11-7 following their guidance on Model Risk Management. You will walk away with a clearer understanding of where Vendor Management and Model Risk Management fit it within your ERM program.
- How Vendor Management Program fits in within Enterprise Risk Management
- Vendor Management Program Components
- Vendor Management Policy and Procedures
- Vendor Due Diligence
- Example of Vendor Risk Assessment
- Monitoring and Reporting Assessment Results
- Definition of Model Risk and how it applies to your Institution
- The OCC SR Letter 11-7 – A Step by step explanation
- Examples of Model Risk – How it affects your institution
- Example of Model Risk Assessment
- How to establish your own Model Risk Management Program
Who Should Attend? Chief Risk Officers, Risk Managers/Leaders, Chief Credit Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Compliance Officers, Internal Auditors, Presidents involved in the risk management process and their ERM program
Presenter: Marci Malzahn is the president and founder of Malzahn Strategic, a financial institution consultancy focused on strategic planning, enterprise risk management, cash management, and talent management. Marci has 23 years of banking experience, the last ten as the EVP/CFO/COO of a community bank she co-founded where she oversaw all the bank operations areas. In her last year as EVP/COO/CRO, Marci created and focused on the bank’s risk management program. She was also the corporate secretary of both the holding company and the bank. Before starting the bank in 2005, Marci took a detour from banking for five years and worked for a $34 million revenue non-profit organization where she led IT, HR and Finance. Marci is the recipient of a number of professional awards, is a published author of three books, and an international bilingual professional speaker, speaking frequently at banking conferences and associations as well as webinars. Marci holds a B.A. in business management from Bethel University, is a certified life coach, and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking in Madison, Wisconsin.