With the Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting standard moving up the agenda at many institutions, CECL project teams are now planning how to integrate the complex CECL modelling, loan loss and economic data, and loan portfolio data to deliver the final results.

This complexity, and the timescales involved, mean that many institutions are utilizing spreadsheets to help plan, implement, manage and report their CECL results.

Register for this webinar, on 7th March 2pm EST, to learn:

  • Why spreadsheet risk can impact CECL calculations
  • The types of spreadsheet risk banks might be exposed to under CECL
  • A three step approach to eliminating spreadsheet risk in CECL.

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