CECL: In the Weeds
Touted as the “biggest change to bank accounting ever,” the new CECL standard is here.
Don’t underestimate the time and effort required to assemble all the information this standard will demand.
Join us for this session to go beyond the headlines and evaluate the matters that will be most impactful to your company.
This webinar provides a brief background on FASB’s new credit impairment proposed standard expected to be approved in the second quarter of 2016, which represents a significant change from the existing probable incurred losses model. The depth of the program will focus on the current expected credit loss concept and assisting participants in thinking through their implementation roadmap, specifically focusing on what institutions should be currently focused on.
- Discuss status of the proposal/standard
- Understand major changes to accounting for impaired loans
- Making the transition
- Developing your roadmap
- Next steps
Bank professionals seeking to better understand the proposed changes to the impairment model for assets carried at historical book value.
Steve Wagner, CPA, is a partner in Crowe Horwath LLP’s Dallas office. Steve has been with Crowe Horwath LLP since 2004, providing a variety of audit and consulting services to public and non-public companies with a principal focus of serving financial institutions. During the most recent economic cycle, Steve has assisted in advisory services for over 30 acquisitions. Steve has authored multiple accounting-focused articles and has been a speaker at conferences for accounting and acquisition related topics.
Gina Green, CPA, is a senior manager in Crowe Horwath LLP’s Dallas office. Gina has more than 11 years of experience providing audit and assurance services to financial institutions, with a focus on SEC registrants, Sarbanes-Oxley 404 internal control audits and institutions subject to FDICIA internal control requirements. Gina’s experience also includes internal audit consulting services, mortgage banking and compliance audits and audits of business combinations. She has recently completed a two year rotation in the national office focusing on audit quality, accounting, audit methodology and PCAOB related matters.
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