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Compliance deadlines for the CFPB 1071 final rule are tiered, based on the number of covered credit transactions originated in each of 2022 and 2023. Knowing the 1071 rule deadline for your specific financial institution is the first step in preparing to collect and begin reporting small business loan data from applicants.

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Boost efficiency and draw income while managing risk in your construction loan portfolio.

Construction loans can be among the riskier loan types in the portfolio. The tedious and manual processes many financial institutions use only magnify this potential problem in the portfolio without proper management and monitoring.

Download the following infographic to see a comparison of construction loan management using a spreadsheet-based system and a software solution.

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Progress implementing CECL is mixed as the Q1 2023 compliance date nears for smaller SEC-reporting banks and private or not-for-profit institutions.

Here are major findings related to banks, based on Abrigo’s survey of executives, credit and allowance leaders, and other finance staff.

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Aggressive lending goals, greater customer expectations, and changing markets. Having the right lending and credit staff is critical for financial institutions this year and beyond.

Abrigo recently surveyed about 170 lending and credit risk professionals about staffing in their financial institutions. Download this infographic to learn the major findings.

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Guide: Best practices for purchasing bank or credit union software

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Whether you are putting together a return on investment (ROI) calculation to support your purchase of software or looking for ways to streamline your construction loan administration process, it can be helpful to understand the benefits of automation in construction loan monitoring.

Download this infographic to learn about the 10 key ways construction loan management software can save you valuable time.

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In the current environment, core deposit analysis is crucial for helping banks and credit unions remain competitive and profitable. Updated core deposit analytics provide the data for critical assumptions used in asset/liability models (ALM), and impact the overall risk management strategies at a financial institution. In this infographic, learn 6 key reasons to update an institution’s core deposit analysis.

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This resource is part of the series ALM 101: Introduction to Asset/Liability Management.

A key component of effective asset/liability management (ALM) is managing risks. For many financial institutions, an income simulation model is a fundamental method for measuring short-term interest rate risk exposure. This infographic lays out the five steps to building an effective income simulation to help manage inherent risk to a financial institution’s earnings.

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This resource is part of the series ALM 101: Introduction to Asset/Liability Management.

Small business lending can generate crucial growth for a bank or credit union. For a properly functioning, safe, and growing small business loan portfolio, follow these best practices described by John Barrickman, Principal of New Horizons Financial Group, during a small business lending webinar hosted by Abrigo.

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Adopting the current expected credit loss standard (CECL) will require a well-planned strategy and ample time dedicated to the operational and technical transition. For acquisitive financial institutions, the required efforts might be elevated, as CECL will change how public and private financial institutions account for these acquired assets. This infographic describes the four critical changes related to purchased assets under CECL, as well as a common misconception.


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Asset/liability management is a crucial process designed to maximize an institution’s profitability while managing risk. The broad goal of ALM is to help produce sustainable earnings without compromising other interests of the institution. This infographic breaks down the goal of ALM into three key objectives.

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This resource is part of the series ALM 101: Introduction to Asset/Liability Management.