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Introduction to Credit Scoring

  Ref. 310  
  Jonathan Crook and Galina Andreeva
  9 September 2014, Birmingham
  £675 + VAT Members
  £725 + VAT Non-members
  Hands-on course


   Predictive 100%

What delegates will learn from the course

This course provides an introduction to credit scoring: what credit scoring is; how it developed and how it fits into the credit industry; the business problems it addresses.

Gain the information needed to develop scoring; legal limitations; ideas of generic scoring and segmentation.  Learn statistical techniques used in scorecard development: linear and logistic regression; choosing characteristics and attributes; splitting continuous variables.  Understand other approaches to credit scoring: how to assess if a scorecard is good, monitoring scorecards and the necessity to segment.

  • Statistical and alternative methods of constructing scoring rules
  • How to process data prior to model building
  • How to assess and monitor scorecard with a review of current developments
  • Current developments and new applications of credit scoring techniques

Course provider: University of Edinburgh

If you are interested in further information, have any requirements (e.g. an alternative course date), or have difficulty booking a course online then please contact Jennie Phelps. It is recommended that courses are booked online. If this is not possible, then please print off, fill and fax or post the Training Course Booking Form.

Jennie Phelps   Address:  The OR Society, Seymour House, 12 Edward Street, Birmingham, B1 2RX, UK
  Tel: +44 (0)121 233 9300
  Fax: +44 (0)121 233 0321