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CECL in 2023: An Analyst’s Perspective 

Common pitfalls, successes, and assumptions from SEC filers

As financial institutions who are complying with the current expected credit loss (CECL) model in 2023 plan for their respective deadlines to implement, they have the unique opportunity to learn from the key decisions that their SEC filing peers have already made. Interpreting the results from SEC filers is more critical this year than ever, as institutions should be taking large strides in 2020 around data remediation, project planning, and the beginning of model development.

Join Abrigo analysts, as they share the inputs, data, and results from working with public clients through advisory engagements, and outline the steps that financial institutions should be taking in 2020 to get CECL-ready.

Join to learn about:

  • What works and doesn’t work in CECL modeling
  • How private entities can get ahead
  • Practical examples to learn from

Meet Your Presenter

Zach Englert

Manager, Advisory Services
Zach Englert is a Manager with the Abrigo Advisory Team, helping provide institutions with real-time solutions in the form of applicable credit risk management strategies and regulatory compliance. Zach routinely speaks at conferences and webinars covering current events and the impact on community financial institutions’ portfolios. By working with hundreds

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