Abrigo's Advisory Services Support
Balance Sheet Planning, Liquidity Insights and Pricing Strategies
Flexible Engagements with Abrigo
To support financial institutions in identifying and successfully navigating through the unprecedented challenges and opportunities introduced with the current global pandemic, Abrigo’s team of experts is offering a fixed block of hours of advisory services that are structured and sized to meet a specific institution’s objectives. These hours offer timely and flexible support to one or multiple needs arising in an ever-evolving landscape.Speak with an advisor
Abrigo's Services and Expertise
Loan/deposit pricing strategies and analysis
Funding analysis and strategies
Liquidity management and mortgage lending compliance
Balance sheet strategies/ALM modeling
Allowance - methodologies, Q-factors, forecasting, etc.
Stress testing scenarios and portfolio analysis
Regulatory updates and compliance
Consultations on economic impacts of COVID-19
SBA/PPP forgiveness support and education
“Our team of experts offers our clients the support they need when they need it. Whether it’s quick clarification on a regulatory update or a more thorough liquidity or pricing strategy call, our hourly engagements offer a cost-effective, flexible option to address the varying needs of financial institutions.”
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Regan Camp, Managing Director, Abrigo's Advisory Services Team
Meet the Team
30+ Years of Experience On Average
Former bankers, CPAs, auditors, economists, and examiners
Our team's breadth and depth of experience include asset/liability management, liquidity analysis, loan and deposit pricing, capital planning, balance sheet management, investments, credit risk, stress testing, CECL, and more. Their qualifications and expertise will help you to achieve more value at your financial institution.
Dedicated Task Force
Ready to help you at your discretion
Frequently checking in with you by email, recurring meetings, and one-off calls, our advisors will make sure that you get your questions answered when you need them. We will make sure to get to know you and your unique situation before helping you to make better decisions. Our team is looking to be your set of trusted advisors during this time of enhanced uncertainty.
>1,000 Financial Institutions
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Our teams of experts have worked with the University of Madison's Graduate School of Banking, the Credit Union National Association, the Financial Managers School, the Federal Home Loan Banks, the Western Bankers Association, ALLL.com, and more. They also frequently conduct thought leadership webinars and write whitepapers for Abrigo.
State of the Union Podcast for Community Financial Institutions
Our weekly sate of the union podcast is a series targeted to community financial institutions with episodes focusing on timely topics, such as the new PPP program, training in a new work from home set up, deposit gathering, funding and more. Session #1 will be discussing the profitability of the new PPP program and the options that exist to help fund SBA loans.Listen Now
Liquidity Risk – A Key Prong in the Banking Supply Chain
Dave explores how an improved approach to liquidity analysis can help improve profitability and inform other asset/liability risk measures while identifying a more practical approach to measuring current and future liquidity due to the coronavirusWATCH WEBINAR
Abrigo Poll: Bankers Expecting a Recession for at Least 2 Quarters; Troubled Loans and Liquidity Top List of Concerns
Bankers have started to make their own assumptions about the impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on the economy and their institutions. In fact, three out of four bankers expect a recession will last at least two quarters.Read Blog
Guidance on TDRs Eases Coronavirus Workout Pressures
Agreeing not to direct financial institutions to automatically categorize all COVID-19 related loan modifications as troubled debt restructurings (TDRs), and confirming with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) that short-term modifications made in good faith in response to COVID-19 to borrowers who were current prior to any relief aren’t classified as TDRs.Read blog
Navigating the Coronavirus in Lending and Credit Departments
Due to the coronavirus, Abrigo had Rob discuss the challenges facing credit/lending professionals during these unprecedented times. This Q&A discussion includes topics like refinances, credit selection, pricing, and more.Listen Now
Portfolio Management in Crisis: Coronavirus Implications for Lenders
The challenge for most financial institutions will be how to quantify and document the additional risk they may face. Knowing that there are more questions than answers at this time, lenders can still take specific action during the emergent phase.