Risk Practice Director
Nevan is the Director of the Risk Practice with responsibility for the successful delivery of all Risk projects within Jaywing.
He is a data, analysis, modelling and regulation expert who has delivered or managed the delivery of credit risk solutions across his 18-year career. His experience encompasses strategy and modelling across the entire credit lifecycle and compliance and modelling to fulfil the requirements of IRB, IFRS 9 and stress testing.
Since he joined Jaywing over nine years ago, Nevan has led and provided oversight for a number of large-scale client projects including Royal Bank of Scotland, Nationwide, Shawbrook Bank, Starling Bank, Sainsbury’s Bank and Yorkshire Building Society. He led the IFRS 9 and IRB propositions including advising on the design, development, validation and implementation of these regulatory model frameworks. Nevan’s experience also includes almost five years working at a Credit Bureau helping clients to make better decisions using data-driven analytics. This followed a number of years as a statistical modeller with experience of developing and validating IRB models and credit scorecards.
Nevan has a degree in applied mathematics and statistics.
FCA announce intentions to regulate Buy-Now-Pay-Later industry
The surge in unregulated BNPL has caught the attention of the regulator with the industry forming part of the recent Woolard Review into the unsecured consumer credit market.
Risk predictions 2021
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Our Risk Director, Nevan, explores how firms can rapidly adapt effective collections strategies in an empathetic manner.
Five key takeaways from the PRA’s response to Covid-19 and how it impacts IFRS 9
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Risk predictions for 2020: What you should look out for this year
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Risk predictions for 2020: Optimisation will fuel a growth engine
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Risk predictions for 2020: Bolstered model risk practices
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Discover risk best practice at our UK Finance CRO Network events
Jaywing Risk is UK Finance’s exclusive CRO Network partner.
The risk sector knows AI brings huge advantages. So, what’s preventing adoption?
Barriers to AI adoption & the rise of explainable AI. Here are six key steps towards implementing AI now.