Recent Accounting Update
What you need to know regarding recently effective and issued accounting standards updates
The Latest from the FASB for Financial Institutions: Recently Issued Standards and Major Projects.
Join this session to learn the latest accounting and financial reporting developments impacting financial institutions. We will cover recently issued and soon to be effective standards, including transfers to other real estate and whether a bank is considered “public” for financial reporting purposes — the answer might surprise you. For the broad sweeping projects, we will cover the FASB’s financial instruments project, which includes significant changes for the allowance for loan & lease losses as well as impairment for securities. The session will also include the FASB’s final standard on revenue recognition, which will have some implications for financial institutions, as well as the FASB’s major project to overhaul leasing accounting.
- Recently effective and issued Accounting Standards Updates
- In the pipeline
- Financial Instruments
- Classification and measurement
- Credit Impairment
- Revenue Recognition
- Modifications of a TDR (Regulatory Guidance)
- Other developments (SEC, PCAOB, CAQ)
Bank professionals seeking knowledge of recently issued accounting standards and an awareness of the status of the major standard setting projects, including auditors, accountants, management and board/audit committees members seeking an update on the FASB’s progress over the last year.
Matthew A. Schell, CPA, is a partner in the national office of Crowe Horwath LLP, located in Washington, DC. His responsibilities include directly supporting the audit practice on complex technical accounting and regulatory issues. He serves as a designated liaison to the SEC and the federal financial institution regulators on matters related accounting, financial reporting and regulatory issues. He is a CFA(r) charterholder, a member of the AICPA and is a certified public accountant, licensed in the District of Columbia and New York.
Steve Wagner, CPA, is a senior manager 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.
Institute of Certified Bankers: Estimated credits: 2 hours CPE (self-reporting).
Member price: $225.00 | Non member price $490.00
Member price: $245.00 | Non member price $490.00
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