TOPIC: Stress Testing

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    Exit Price Estimation and Disclosure: Getting More Value from Your Calculations - 1 CPE

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      Webinar: Ways to Leverage Portfolio Stress Testing Results

      Wednesday, Dec. 18 | 2 p.m. ET/ 1 p.m. CT
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      Community financial institutions have received little guidance on how to effectively stress test the loan portfolio. Join us for a free webinar to learn the importance of leveraging portfolio stress testing results and how bottom-up and top-down stress testing results can influence capital adequacy, risk management, and lending decisions. 


        Free Webinar - Stress Testing and CECL: Connecting the Dots

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        Financial institutions have been conducting stress tests long before the regulatory mandates were put in place after the 2007-2008 financial crisis.  Larger financial institutions have principally adopted the top-down approach (aka CCAR) which focuses on macro-economic changes and the resulting “stress” on large portfolios or individual assets.  Smaller financial institutions ($25B or less) primarily perform the bottom-up “stress” that focuses on the loan transaction risk stemming from changes in micro-economic factors i.e. increasing interest rates or cash flows.  As the goal of both approaches is a test on the capital adequacy of the respective financial institution, with CECL having the same goals, CEIS and Abrigo will examine the “bottom-up” stress test approach and the pros and cons for your CECL program

        Join this webinar as we discuss:
        1. Data challenges
        2. The benefits of bottom-up stress testing
        3. Using stress testing data and outcomes in the CECL model development
        Wednesday, September 18, 2019
        2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT

        Partnered with CEIS Review Inc.

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          Learn how to unlock actionable risk insights

          Complimentary Group Demo: September 20th, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET

          In August, Sageworks launched one of their newest products, “Insights”, to help leaders leverage loan portfolio data in new and meaningful ways. Lack of and limited access to bank-wide data, accompanied by time-consuming analysis, can hurt leadership’s ability to make well-informed, timely decisions. In this complimentary group demonstration, we aim to show how our newest offering can help bridge that gap.

          Join to learn:

          • How to perform simulations of the loan portfolio in order to inform financial statement impact for budgeting purposes
          • How Insights can help as part of Dodd Frank Act Stress Test preparation (or stress testing under CECL, more broadly)
          • How to set up scenarios to view how the portfolio would respond with various assumptions
          • Using the Acquisition Analyzer as part of potential acquisition due diligence
          • How Segment Insights can be leveraged for board & concentration reporting
          • Potential Roadmap for continued development

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            Reminder! Free May Webinar - Managing the Risk of Cyber Threats: Assessing Third Parties and Measuring What Matters

            Don't forget! You are invited to our May webinar discussing the risks and opportunities associated with cyber threats. Register for free today! If you are not able to make it to the live event, we will send you the recording afterwards.

            A recent Harvard Business Review survey stated that 85% of those surveyed expect financial impact to rise from cyber breaches while only 23% of respondents said their strategic plan addresses business risk. Join study co-author & leading cyber expert Reid Sawyer and third-party risk expert Michael Berman for a presentation that’s sure to help both C suite and frontline managers better understand the risks and opportunities associated with this timely issue of cyber risk.

            Session takeaways:

            • Exploration of how FFIEC, OCC, FDIC and Fed mandates overlap regarding vendor management
            • Best practices in vendor due diligence reviews and contract management to decrease cyber risk
            • Re-conceptualize threats from a strategic not tactical mindset
            • Mandates for stress testing
            • What the future holds with cyber risk

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