Statistical Principles Behind Credit Scoring
Business Knowledge Series course
This course explains the statistical principles that underlie the methods in credit risk scoring. It discusses how to interpret statistical and other relevant computations in credit risk modeling. Participants will learn how segmentation may be used to improve credit scoring initiatives. Initial variable analysis is introduced, and predictive models in credit risk are explained. The course clarifies the formulas for the accuracy and validation measures used as well as the quantities generated in scorecard reports. The concept of reject inference is discussed, and the possible approaches to implement it are presented.Learn how to
Who should attendThose involved or would be involved in credit risk scoring may attend this course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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