Webinar: CECL in 2023 - An Analyst's Perspective

Join Abrigo analysts on this free webinar as they share the inputs, data, and results from working with public clients through advisory engagements, and outline the steps that financial institutions should be taking in 2020 to get CECL-ready.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. EST

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    Webinar: Running a Dynamic Asset/Liability Management Committee

    Monday, November 18, 2019
    2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT

    Today’s economic environment demands that asset/liability management (ALM) teams are identifying and acting on opportunities quickly. The old ways of ALM operations are much different in inverted or negative yield environments. Having a firm risk assessment and plan for future financial performance is the backbone of the Asset/Liability Management Committee’s (ALCO) role. It is the requirement for a robust process for measuring and managing relationships between risk and return.

    The ALM process should not be limited to one that “checks the box” of meeting regulatory requirements. Financial institutions and ALCOs with a dynamic ALM process are able to inform good decision-making related to both strategy and risk.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    • What it looks like to be a dynamic ALM-oriented institution today
    • How to make good decisions in different rate environments
    • How to integrate other decision-making models to determine the best loan terms, rates, and funding source
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      Which CECL methodologies are best for your portfolio?

      Given that the #CECL model is non-prescriptive, banks and credit unions have flexibility in choosing the right CECL methodologies for their institution’s unique data situation. This flexibility often leads bankers to one simple question: Where do I begin?

      In this complimentary infographic, learn about the 7 methodologies available to use and when they are or are not recommended: 

        Free Webinar | CECL and Your ALM Model

        Wednesday, October 9 | 3 p.m. EST/ 2 p.m. CST
        Presenter: Rob Newberry

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        As we get closer to implementation of CECL, we want as much information as we can get to help in understanding everything that should be considered in putting together our CECL models.
        CECL is best thought of as part of a holistic view that focuses on Enterprise Risk Management and not just credit risk alone. It is no longer advisable to operate in silos as you might have done in the past when credit loss reserves were calculated by the Credit Officer for the institution, while Asset/Liability forecasts were in the domain of the CFO. With the need to look at a more forecasted approach to determine credit reserves, it makes sense to leverage some of the assumptions that have been used in the past for developing loan assumptions in your A/L models.

        Join this free webinar to learn:
        • How CECL will impact ALM 
        • Effective capital planning and loan pricing processes
        • What the changing regulatory landscape is like
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