SVP/Director of Risk, Analytics and Financial Strategies, Fulton Financial Corporation
CECL: Change Is Coming to Your Loss Allowance Process (hosted by Banking 5-50)
Monday, June 19 | 2-3 p.m. ET
Worried about CECL and impending changes to your bank’s loss allowance process? Then don’t miss this webinar! Join us to hear how CECL represents a huge change to credit impairment accounting under US GAAP. We’ll review the key changes and provide guidance for the journey ahead. Gain an understanding of the key definitions under CECL, data requirements, governance, performing a gap analysis, and communication to the board and executive management.
We’ll also provide examples of what banks need to do now to prepare for these impending changes.
Space is not limited for this webinar. Please register to attend live or to receive on-demand content after the event.
About the presenters
Reuter manages the quantitative risk and stress-testing department for Fulton Financial Corporation. His responsibilities include: Dodd-Frank Act stress testing, DFAST credit risk management, and model development and analytics (credit, loan prepayments, deposit decay and beta).
Reuter previously served as manager of ALM at Mercantile Bancshares Corporation, a $17 billion BHC headquartered in Baltimore, MD. He also previously served as director of financial planning and analysis at Provident Bancshares, a $6.5 billion bank, also located in Baltimore. Reuter began his career as an economist for the Bureau of Economic Analysis, responsible for the monthly preparation of economic reporting and analysis.
Americas CECL/IFRS9 Lead, SAS
Birade provides CCAR/DFAST expert guidance in the stress-testing processes. A natural evolution of these skills was transferred to the IFRS9 – CECL challenge, since those processes also stem from the regulatory response to the financial crisis. For the past two years, Birade participated in a number of IFRS9 deployments in the Americas as well as advising banks on the potential impacts of CECL on the bank’s current infrastructure. He holds a bachelor’s in accounting/information systems from HEC Montreal and an MBA from St. Mary’s College of California.
About the Banking 5-50 SAS® Users Group
The Banking 5-50 SAS Users Group is designed for midmarket banks with $5 billion to $50 billion in consolidated assets. Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, information and best practices with SAS solutions. To learn more or to join our group, visit the Banking 5-50 website.