Virtual Conference | ThinkBIG: Manage Risk. Drive Growth. | Sept. 22 - 23

Registration is now open for our annual conference ThinkBIG: Manage Risk. Drive Growth. As we keep public health in mind, we've switched to a fully virtual format this year, bringing together industry thought leaders and experts, financial institution peers, CPAs, auditors, and regulators for two days of compelling educational content and networking.

This conference will cover a variety of topics in CECL and portfolio risk, lending and credit risk, and ALM. Register today for the industry-leading conference that brings together over two decades of knowledge and experience (combining the former Sageworks Summit and MST National CECL Conference).

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Sept. 22 - 23 

    Effective Loan Pricing & Decisioning: The Impact of COVID-19 on Your CRE Strategies

    Having a hard time discerning whether your lending team is originating both high quality and profitable loans?

    In a webinar next Thursday, June 25, 2:00 PM ET you will learn how to avoid some common pitfalls in loan pricing decisions and assessing overall customer profitability. We will discuss risk-based pricing methods, blended funding concepts, and profitability calculations. Trepp will also be sharing insights into the current state of the commercial real estate (CRE) sector and what they are hearing, including the changes they think CRE will see due to this pandemic.

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      Free Webinar | Qualitative Adjustment In Times of Crisis and Stress (Testing)

      Wednesday, June 3, 2020
      3:00 PM ET / 2:00 PM CT
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      Join us for this free webinar as we discuss our approach to establishing qualitative adjustments as the 6.30.2020 statement date approaches and the full impacts of the pandemic and energy crises are not yet specifically knowable.  By constructing straightforward credit models using available internal and public data, we can perform an estimate to substantiate 6.30.2020 qualitative adjustments (and beyond). Additionally, those same models can be used to perform a top-down stress testing estimate under a variety of forecasting scenarios. Those models can also be used to inform estimates under the CECL standard so that an institution is prepared to adopt without significant additional effort. **Please note this webinar is intended for public and private institutions that have not yet adopted the forward-looking CECL standard.**