Carl has 15 years' experience in financial services. Following experience as an analytical management consultant, Carl worked for the Co-operative bank in various senior analytical finance and risk roles. He joined Jaywing in 2017 leading regulatory and model risk projects for firms of different sizes.
He specialises in model risk, risk governance, prudential regulation, regulatory reporting, credit risk and analytics and stress testing. He has expertise in IRB, IFRS 9 and financial modelling for retail, SME, business, corporate and institutional lending.
Carl has a degree in Business Modelling and Management.
Consumer Duty: Requirements and Priorities for Risk Functions
Jaywing recently hosted UK Finance’s Chief Risk Officer (CRO) network to discuss the key priorities and challenges for risk functions in implementing Consumer Duty plans. In this blog, Carl Ireland, Head of Regulatory Risk, outlines the key take-aways from the group.
Emerging challenges for CROs: stress testing and model risk (CP6/22)
After hosting UK Finance’s Chief Risk Officer network, Jaywing's Head of Regulatory Risk examines some of the key challenges faced by risk functions today – stress testing and model risk management.
Model Risk Management (CP6/22) - What banks should do now
Banks can already start preparing for the PRA’s new model risk management principles (CP6/22). Here’s how.
The PRA’s new ‘Simpler regime’ – Is your firm in or out of scope?
Jaywing helps firms breakdown the PRA's proposed definitions for a ‘Simpler-regime Firm’ and identify likely consequences of the criteria.
Key Responses to The PRA’s Strong & Simple Framework DP1/21
Key discussion points relating to the changes to The PRA’s Strong & Simple Framework DP1/21.
The PRA's approach to new and growing banks
The PRA has recently published a Supervisory Statement outlining their approach and expectations of new and growing banks. In our latest blog, Regulatory Risk Practice Director, Dean Mitchell has highlighted some of the opportunities and the challenges the changes present.
PRA supervisory priorities for 2021 - what does this mean for lenders?
The PRA has outlined their supervisory priorities for 2021. We examine the six key topics and what these mean for lenders in the next 12 months.
Jaywing's response to the PRA's findings on ECL calculations
Senior Risk Consultant, Carl Ireland, explains what impacted lenders should consider as a result of the PRA's findings on ECL calculations.
Managing the Financial Risk of Climate Change
Senior Consultant, Carl Ireland, dissects the PRA's expectations which require firms to adapt governance, risk management framework, stress testing and more.