Data Protection for Credit
"Data Protection" Module is part of the "Certified Credit Risk Officer (C-CRRO)" and the "Certified Credit Risk Analyst (C-CRA)" training program.
The purpose of the seminar is to present the key concepts and goals of credit risk assessment, and the New Regulatory Framework for data protection, as well as how this new law affects businesses and rating agencies, and the market overall. It sets the framework for the key principles and legal bases for data processing, and determines the methods and tools used by businesses to lawfully implement the requirements of the New General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR.
- Financial Management and Credit Control Executives
- Data Protection Officers
- Chief Compliance Officers
ntroduction to the New General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Reference to Credit Risk: concept-goals-results
Credit Rating Risk vs. GDPR: rules of the "game" / key" players" / obligations & rights
The Effects of the GDPR on Credit Risk: obstacles to its implementation, regulatory obligations, misinterpretations
Best Practices for Implementing a Framework of Compliance with the requirements of the GDPR for Credit Risk
Profile Preparation & Automated Decision-Making (explanation of the New General Data Protection Regulation / article 22)
Legal bases for Data processing in Credit Risk operations
The concept of the legal basis of Legitimate Interest & its Application to Credit Risk
Approach within the context of the New General Data Protection Regulation / GDPR: Credit Rate Agencies
Approach within the context of the New General Data Protection Regulation / GDPR: Companies, customers, suppliers, partners
Practices, Examples, Reports
Recapitulation: tools for proper application of the New General Data Protection Regulation / GDPR within the context of Credit Risk operations
What you will learn
- Key concepts and framework of the New General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR:
- How credit risk assessment processes are affected by the application of the GDPR to the market
- Best practices and tools for proper application of the Regulation within the context of credit risk assessment processes
Course Start Date
Cost of Attendance
- 4 Hours
- Live or Online
- Attendance Certificate
Group DPO - ICAP CRIF
General Manager - Comply.Data
Member of Board of Directors of H.A.RI.MA.
George has joined ICAP CRIF in 2017 and appointed Group Data Protection Officer since then. He maintains under his role of Group DPO the supervision of privacy compliance of all ICAP CRIF legal entities in Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and Cyprus. In 2018 he appointed General Manager of Comply.Data (ICAP CRIF Subsidiary) and one year later he joined his forces and became member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Association of Risk Managers (HA.RI.MA). Under his portfolio of roles, George provides taught courses at ICAP CRIF Risk Training Institute (RTI) accumulating more than 120 hours of lecturing in risk, privacy and compliance subjects Before joining ICAP, George was the first DPO appointed in Greece at AXA Insurance (2 years). He has also served for more than 15 years as Head of Privacy, Security and Compliance sectors in diverse industries (Head of Information Security in Marfin Bank, Director of IT Operations & Security in Panellinia Group of Cooperative Banks, Head of IT Security in Wind Hellas Telecommunications, IT/Security Audit Manager in PwC, and Compliance and IT Security Officer in Bank of Cyprus London-UK). He holds an MSc in Information Systems Management, Stirling University of Scotland and a BSc in Business Administration with concentrating at Computer Information Systems and Management Accounting, the American College of Greece (Deree College). He is certified by the Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA) in Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE) as well as, in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC).