CU Webinar Network gets real with CECL

Posted by Laurie Okawa-Moore
on "December 02, 2021 10:16 am"

CECL – the acronym has been around a while now, but things are about to get real. Regardless of where you are in your CECL preparation journey, it’s critical that you understand the potential impact to your institution and get prepared before the ALLL gets turned on its head.

 

Are You Prepared for CECL?
December 14, 2021 • 10:00 am – 11:30 am HST

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cuwebinarlogoAFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Explain the new current expected credit losses (CECL) accounting standard
  • Understand the relevant regulatory guidance and resources
  • Distinguish between possible methodologies and calculations
  • Develop an implementation strategy
  • Know how to record the transition adjustment

WEBINAR DETAILS

The new CECL accounting standard is a game-changer in terms of the allowance for loan and lease loss (ALLL) methodology and calculation. Going from an incurred loss model today to an expected loss model tomorrow will most likely result in higher allowances for most financial institutions. It’s imperative that you understand how CECL will impact your financial institution and perform back-testing long before the required adoption in 2023. Are you prepared?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This informative session is designed for individuals involved in the ALLL calculation and CECL implementation.

TAKE-AWAY TOOLKIT

  • Useful website links to CECL resources
  • Employee training log
  • Interactive quiz

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Steve Schiltz is a principal with CLA’s Tucson office. He began his career with CLA in 2002 and has extensive experience providing assurance and consulting services to community financial institutions. Schiltz has made presentations to management teams, supervisory committees, and boards of directors, as well as national speaking engagements and webinars.

A licensed CPA in Arizona and Texas, Schiltz is a member of the AICPA, Arizona Society of CPAs, and the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. He received his bachelor’s in accounting, cum laude, from the University of Arizona in Tucson.