ICBM developed the Chief Credit Officer Network to give you the opportunity to connect with other CCOs. The Network covers challenging business topics that CCOs face in both public and private sectors. It allows CCOs to address issues and review new solutions in managing high-risk exposure.
This network is designed for and by CCOs. Participants help determine the agendas which ensures the events are relevant and applicable to your bank.
Presentation: CECL is Coming: What you Need to Know
Overview: Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) has been an ongoing topic of conversation. This topic has fallen down the priority list for a variety of reasons over the past few months, however, implementation is less than two years away for the majority of institutions. This webinar will highlight:
Who Should Attend: This session is designed for presidents, CFOs, CCO, controllers, and other who manage the Allowance for Credit Losses and CECL implementation.
- Identify where you should be at today, what you need to be doing over the next 6-12 months, how to prepare for implementation in 2023
- Discuss a variety of datapoints to allow the institution to support current qualitative factor adjustments
- Explain the importance of model validations
Joshua M. Juergensen, CPA. Joshua joined CLA in 2007 in the financial institutions group. Josh devotes 100 percent of his time serving financial institutions with varying levels of complexity, with asset sizes ranging from $25 million to over $5 billion. He focuses on certified audits, internal audits, loan file reviews, directors’ examinations, and other consulting services for community banks.
Joshua also spends a portion of his efforts working with financial institutions in their partnership efforts with financial technology (Fintech) companies. This includes Fintech companies with a focus on lending, efficiency improvement, and alternative finance sources.
David Heneke, CPA, CISA. David is a principal with the financial institutions group of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, dedicated to financial statement audits, directors’ examinations, internal audits, and general control reviews. David began his career in 2005, and has fifteen years of experience working with financial institutions.
Pricing: Complimentary for Bank Members only