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Machine Learning (ML) algorithms leverage large datasets to determine patterns and construct meaningful recommendations. The most extensively studied form of credit risk is the default risk { that is, the risk that a counterparty in a ﬂnancial contract will not fulﬂl a contractual commitment to meet her/his obligations stated in the contract. various models like the Altzman Z score model proved to be robust for many sectors altogether. Likewise, credit risk modelling is a field with access to a large amount of diverse data where ML can be deployed to add analytical value. Credit risk refers to the risk that a contracted payment will not be made. Credit risk modeling is still extremely niche and offers great career prospects for those who have a good grasp of analytics as well as the world of finance. DuPont Model 2/3 3. Credit Scoring and Modelling Default 2/3 4. So one of the steps in this process is Credit Risk and Rating Modeling. Handbook No. •Model errors directly affect profitability, solvency, shareholder value, macro-economy, …, society as a whole! Geske [10] extended the Merton model to the case of bonds of diﬀerent maturities. h�b```�4�, ��1�&A�@��m|���s�o�b�f�ϱ�#�U[/�koCXI{u��H'�^���2B�y�L�L���00U�s�ej��#��1J�N\���c�|]���_͖v�:yA�)��J7�]J\�@������:�;�::4:T�cGGGGG�1���$:;":$��
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