The Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) standard became effective for significant financial institutions and other SEC files on January 1, 2020. This standard changing the way for which credit losses are reserved was expected to be especially important for U.S. banks and other large lenders. In addition to its current “Day 1” effects, CECL will have significant long term impacts when the credit cycle eventually turns and credit losses begin rising. Find out more about the CECL standard and what we can expect from today and in the future at our program.
5:30 PM | REGISTRATION & NETWORKING
6:00 PM | OPENING REMARKS
6:05 PM | PANEL DISCUSSION
7:00 PM | Q&A
7:15 PM | CLOSING REMARKS
7:20 PM | NETWORKING & CATERED RECEPTION
- Was the CECL standard as important as people thought it might be?
- What surprises were there in its implementation?
- How might it impact lenders’ during the next credit down cycle?
- What changes might be in store for CECL’s implementation in the future?