CECL: Pushing History Forward

The use of a financial institution’s own historical data and experience is an important component to a CECL calculation; but in the end, it is just a part of the puzzle. In this webinar, our panel of experts will address why using forecasted information can prove equally important, and not just because the accounting guidance mentions it.

 The use of a financial institution’s own historical data and experience is an important component to a CECL calculation; but in the end, it is just a part of the puzzle. In this webinar, our panel of experts will address why using forecasted information can prove equally important, and not just because the accounting guidance mentions it. We will explore how the use of economic forecasting does not require overly complex processes, nor does it cause you to lose control of the outcome. Instead, it can provide valuable insight into the bank and become a building block to planning, budgeting and analysis. We will also discuss how the use of forecasts has assisted those who have already adopted CECL, even during a time of great uncertainty.


Hear from our panel of Moody’s experts, including representation from:

»  The economics team on how economic forecasts are developed; 

»  Accountants on how forecasts allowance information can serve within the planning, stress testing and ALM functions; and

»  CECL experts on how to use this data without the need for complex modeling.

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    Scott Dietz Director – Industry Practice Lead Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Sohini Chowdhury Director - Solutions Specialist Moody's Analytics Bio
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