Where Are You at In Your CECL Journey: Part 2
This second part in the CECL journey series will focus on key steps for implementing CECL. In the first session, webinar attendees were presented the foundation for implementing CECL. This session will elaborate on CECL Implementation strategies. This session will help attendees understand in-depth topics on how CECL will impact an allowance, how to prepare disclosures and key reports, and how to assess CECL’s overall impact on an organization. These sessions are for anyone serving on a CECL committee and anyone else who wants to understand how to prepare for and successfully implement CECL.
Who Should Attend: Chief Credit Officer, Commercial Loan Officer, Consumer Loan Officer, CECL Committee Member
- Understand how will CECL will impact allowance
- Learn how to prepare disclosures and key reports
- Explore how to assess CECL’s overall impact on an organization
Scott Blakeslee is the product director for Visible Equity’s Allowance for Expected Credit Loss (CECL) product. His background is in accounting and audit, having worked previously at Deloitte and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in Washington, DC. Scott enjoys traveling, spending time with his family, and is a bit of a history buff. He and his wife recently welcomed their first child, a baby girl, and they are completely smitten by her.
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Season Pass Members receive 4 individual logins to every webinar
Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Refunds and Cancellations: Webinar registrations are non-refundable. If the registrant is unable to attend the designated time and date of the webinar, a playback link and any written materials will be provided within 2 business days following the conclusion of the webinar
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