How Will the Current Crisis Impact Allowance for Credit Losses?
While financial institutions navigate the current economic storm brought on by COVID-19, an inevitable question arises: how will the current crisis impact my allowance for credit losses? In this presentation we will go over the timing and impact of CECL, how the current state of the economy has complicated concerns associated with COVID-19, and its potential impact to estimates for expected credit losses and Q&E adjustments in both the current ALLL and future CECL models.
Who Should Attend: CEO, President, All Credit Professionals, Bank Director, Board Chairman
- Receive the latest news and regulatory updates on ALLL/CECL;
- Learn helpful strategies for assessing and managing COVID-19’s impact on your allowance;
- Learn how to leverage Portfolio Analytics in your analysis of Q&E adjustments:
- Data Visualization
- Correlative Analysis
- Trending Analysis
- Forward Looking Loss Projections
Senior Product Manager
Scott Blakeslee is a Senior Product Manager for nCino’s Portfolio Analytics Solution, specifically overseeing the CECL/ALLL module. His background is in accounting and audit, having worked previously at Deloitte and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in Washington, DC. Scott earned his M.B.A. from Brigham Young University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. He enjoys spending time with his family and is a bit of a history buff.
Manager of Portfolio Analytics Delivery
Nathan King is the Manager of Portfolio Analytics Delivery, overseeing all product implementations and helping clients prepare for exams and the new accounting standard, CECL. Nate started his career as a data analyst and has since led and participated in numerous projects such as: NCUA and state examiner training, Core Platform integration, CECL auditor training and countless client/prospect presentations. Nate graduated from Brigham Young University, and his hobbies include traveling with his wife, the Eagles, exercise and podcasts.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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