The IACPM and Bain & Company are conducting a joint study to explore how firms are leveraging ESG as a Source of Strategic Value Creation.
Author: Juliane Littman
Data and Analytics Innovations to Address Emerging Challenges in CPM
Financial institutions have made significant progress in using new data and techniques for CPM, but challenges remain around technology, talent, and integration of climate/ESG.
IACPM Responds to the International Sustainability Standards Board
The IACPM provided comments to the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) on Exposure Drafts IFRS S1 General Requirements for Disclosure of Sustainability-related Financial Information and IFRS S2 Climate-related Disclosures.
ESG and Climate Study Shows Significant Progress
Industry players across sectors and regions recognize the significance of ESG & climate risk factors for credit portfolios and are accelerating efforts.
Attractiveness of PCRI to Mitigate Credit Risk Increases
The attractiveness of Private Credit Risk Insurance (PCRI) has grown among participants in a recent IACPM & ITFA study on current practices.
CPM Leadership and Resilience in the Credit Crisis
The IACPM published a White Paper on the findings of its biennial 2021 Principles and Practices in CPM member survey.
Non-Financial Risks Reshape Banks’ Credit Portfolios
The IACPM collaborated with the BCG to survey 45 financial institutions globally about practices and aspirations for managing non-financial risks in their credit portfolios.
First Positive Reading Since Beginning of Crisis
While the credit outlook has improved across the globe, there are differences between North America and the rest of the world, especially Europe.
IACPM/ITFA Private Credit Risk Insurance Survey
The IACPM and ITFA have partnered to conduct a periodic survey on Private Credit Risk Insurance (PCRI).
Risk Appetite Frameworks: Evolving Practices
Amid the onset of the credit crisis and the challenges in 2020, the IACPM conducted its second benchmarking study on Risk Appetite Framework practices.