The FMS Boston Chapter is pleased to have Ian Dunn, EVP at Visible Equity, join us as he covers all things CECL - March 20th 2018. Ian is going to share on the topic of his "Ultimate CECL Study," while answering the following:
Will your allowance increase under CECL? By how much? Join us as we review the results from our intensive study on the impact different loss methods will have on your allowance calculations.
• Gain a basic understanding of common loss methods, including static pool, vintage, discounted cash flow, and probability of default.
• See the key findings from the CECL study.
• Understand the general portfolio characteristics that lead to an increase or decrease in the allowance calculation vis-à-vis the various loss methods.
Background: Ian Dunn is the EVP Products of Visible Equity. He earned his MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and holds an undergraduate degree in Engineering. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Graduate School of Banking. Ian has spoken at several conferences, covering such topics as CECL (Current Expected Credit Loss), Fair Lending, Loan Portfolio Analytics, FASB Changes, Loan Application Data, and many others.
We look forward to seeing you there and bring your questions!
5:15 p.m. - Social Hour
6:15 p.m. - Dinner
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Program
(Qualifies for 1 hour of CPE)
Prerequisites - None
Program Level - Update
Advanced Preparation - None
Delivery Method - Group - Live
**Looking ahead…mark your calendars for the 26th Annual Golf Tournament and Dinner
Monday, May 14, 2018
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