Partner, PwC China
Wilson has over 10 years of experience working in financial services industry and providing advisory services. He has worked on numerous Basel II relevant projects in both China and Hong Kong. His capabilities are in the areas of enterprise-wide risk management, credit risk, operational risk and Pillar II (ICAAP). He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Financial Risk Manager (FRM) and SAS Certified Professional. He got his MBA from the Carlson School of Management, the University of Minnesota.
Wilson advised major banks in Hong Kong to enhance their risk management practice in line with the principles of Basel II by performing gap analysis, evaluation work, and implementation design that enabled the Bank to establish an internal rating framework and associated improvement in credit policy and process.
Wilson developed SME and retail banking scorecards for a major commercial bank in Jakarta, Indonesia tailored to the bank's target customer segments at the middle and small end of the market. The scorecard was supported by initial testing and calibration, user notes, scorecard maintenance guidance notes and how to incorporate it into the lending decision process. Training was provided to scorecard users and to scorecard owners.
Wilson worked with a major bank in China to establish a strong credit risk management capability and supporting infrastructure that enabled the Bank to measure, analyse and manage its credit risk and provides the risk based information and analytical capability to support its management decisions and business strategies. He also guided the bank to transition to compliance with Basel II credit risk management standards. He was also responsible for creating the principal risk management tools related to development and installation of credit risk scorecards to estimate loan applicant’s probability of default (PD) and to assign transaction level lending limits and pricing recommendations. Further he also recommended changes to the client’s current policies, processes, and organizational structure to successfully install the scorecards.