The current economic climate has led to many challenges and opportunities for financial institutions. Accurate navigation of complex accounting, regulatory and other issues is critical to your business. DHG is hosting a monthly webinar series from September through December, with each webinar focusing on important, timely topics.
Part 4: Financial Reporting Update and Credit Stress Analysis
With the end of the fourth quarter of 2020 in sight, financial services companies are preparing for calendar year-end in an environment still dealing with COVID-19 impacts.
In our final webinar in the series, DHG’s Will Neeriemer, Heather Cozart and Greg Faucette will discuss:
- The allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL) or allowance for credit loss (ACL) estimates, including loan modifications;
- Goodwill and intangible asset impairment;
- Lease concessions; and
- Key takeaways and insights from the AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments
DHG’s Dave Niles, Amit Arya and Greg Adkins will also discuss the growing trend with financial institutions performing credit stress analysis on their loan portfolios. The panel will discuss the various ways credit stress analysis can be accomplished and how the results can be used to help manage risk.
- Jon Tomberlin, Managing Partner, DHG Financial Services
- Heather Cozart, Partner, DHG Financial Services
- Greg Faucette, Partner, DHG Professional Practice
- Will Neeriemer, Partner, DHG Financial Services
- Dave Niles, Partner, DHG Financial Services
- Amit Arya, Chief Data Officer, DHG
- Greg Adkins, Manager, DHG Credit Risk Management
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