Predictive Default Risk Modeling
Recorded On: 07/18/2022
This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.
About the Webinar
Unfortunately, the words bottlenecks, supply-chain disruption and shipping containers have become part of our daily lexicon. As credit professionals, what can we do to assess and predict how to best help our companies as we move forward in this unstable environment? As we move out of the pandemic, how do we change our predictive default modeling? How do we factor in permanent changes to the supply chain into credit risk management? How do we protect ourselves against higher interest rates or higher inflation? Attend this session and find out.
About the Speakers
Martin Zorn, Kamakura Corporation a SAS Company
|Martin Zorn joined Kamakura in January 2011 and is the President and COO and a member of the Board. Mr. Zorn is a twenty-one-year veteran of Wachovia Bank where he was in corporate banking and capital markets. Mr. Zorn has been involved in financial advisory engagements including structuring and arranging growth capital, financing mergers and acquisitions and hedging interest rate risk. He created an emerging growth and technology practice while he was in the Research Triangle and was active with an early-stage life science venture fund. His clients have ranged from global leaders to technology start-ups.|
After Wachovia he was with two small cap mid-cap turnarounds where he served as the CRO and CFO and was a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of Southern Indiana where he was an instructor in investments and business finance. He is active in the community and currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Arcadia Family of Companies, is on the Board and is treasurer of the Hawaii chapter of Financial Executives International and is on the advisory Board of the Food Innovation Center at University of Hawaii-Maui.
Mr. Zorn is a graduate of Vanderbilt University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. He completed the executive management program at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.