University of Edinburgh Business School
Credit Scoring & Credit Control Conference XVI
28–30 August 2019
The CRC is an impartial research group devoted to the study of credit. It is independent of credit granting organisations and engages in both theoretical and highly applied research of interest to all stakeholders in the industry, including lenders, credit suppliers, credit scoring organisations, borrowers and government agencies.

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Conference Papers
Will machine learning and hyperparameter optimization become a game changer for credit scoring?
Presenter(s): Knut Opdal; Thomas Hill; Rikard Bohm
Year of presentation: 2017
Affiliate institution: StatSoft; Quest Information Management
Conference Papers
When you’re drowning in collections, optimising your swimming technique can be helpful
Presenter(s): Bruce Curry; Andy Harrison
Year of presentation: 2017
Affiliate institution: FICO
Conference Papers
Using AI and machine learning to comply with anti-money laundering regulations
Presenter(s): Scott Zoldi
Year of presentation: 2017
Affiliate institution: FICO
Conference Papers
Usage of early warning signs scoring models for cross selling credit products: a case study
Presenter(s): Dmytro Kolechko
Year of presentation: 2017
Conference Papers
Transaction data categorisation for credit decisioning
Presenter(s): Kevin Allen; Phil Grady; Daniel Weaver; Roger Vincent
Year of presentation: 2017
Affiliate institution: Castlight Financial; Equifax
Conference Papers
The statistical dilemma: forecasting future losses under a benign economic environment, a trade off between statistical robustness and business need
Presenter(s): Katie Cleary
Year of presentation: 2017
Affiliate institution: TSB
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