CECL Simplified: All of the Method, None of the Madness
Community bank executives need confidence in meeting CECL compliance requirements within the scope of their resources. This WiBinar will provide workable solutions for community banks on compliance issues that align with the complex new accounting requirements and that fit the resources and capabilities of most banks.
The presentation will deliver real-world examples of end-to-end CECL implementation using actual bank data, including implementation timelines, loan pool segmentation, data collection requirements, loss estimation methods, and the incremental impact of qualitative factors.
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- Determine loan pools with common risk characteristics
- Demonstrate calculations for the “reasonable range of loss expectation” under various loss estimation methodologies
- Examine how economic forecasts may be used to adjust loss estimates based on reasonable and supportable forecasts
Jeffrey L. Morris
Mr. Morris joined Austin Associates’ (now ProBank Austin’s) financial management division in 1998 and is responsible for the firm’s profitability and loan pricing practice area. He serves clients who utilize the firm’s software products and consults with clients on all aspects of asset/liability management, interest rate risk management, and other aspects of profitability measurement and improvement. With over 35 years of experience in various financial management roles, Mr. Morris earned a certificate in public accounting in 1982 and holds a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Toledo and an MBA from Northern Illinois University.
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This WiBinar is ideal for:
Chief Financial Officer, Controller, Chief Credit Officer, Chief Banking Officer, Compliance Officer, Auditor