What Exactly is a “Reasonable and Supportable” Forecast?
The forecasting requirement in CECL has been one of the most controversial and misunderstood aspects of the new CECL accounting standards update; nevertheless, it is one of the key changes that all banks, regardless of size, will need to incorporate in their allowance calculations. In this webinar, there will be discussion surrounding the two key aspects of economic forecasting: how to generate forecasts and how these forecasts translate into adjustments to the base loss rate.
Who Should Attend: Chief Financial Officer, Chief Credit Officer, Senior Loan Officer, Controller
- Determine what factors should be forecasted
- Develop a greater understanding of forecasting methodologies
- Learn how to translate a forecast into a loss rate adjustment
EVP of Products
Ian Dunn oversees product and analytics teams. He has worked at Visible Equity for over 10 years managing all of their products, including loans, applications, fair lending, marketing, deposits, and CECL. Prior to Visible Equity he worked in real estate development where he managed the design and construction of projects totaling hundreds of millions of dollars. Ian earned his MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and holds an undergraduate degree in engineering. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Graduate School of Banking.
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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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