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No Budget Left Behind

FI Insight Featured in AGA Journal

FI Consulting thought leaders Robert Silverman and Scott Inderbitzen along with Tom Coleman, former CFO of the Federal Financing Bank, collaboratively authored a feature article for the Spring 2019 AGA Journal. The article, “No Budget Left Behind” provides insight on how collaborative acquisition planning, better visibility, and the right technology can beat the end-of-year blitz.......

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CECL Validation

Keys to CECL Validation Success in 2019

BY MARK JORDAN, FI CONSULTING At present, financial institution SEC filers are busy building and testing their internal models and processes to calculate reserves under the new current expected credit loss (CECL) accounting standard. The industry is entering a critical phase for teams to validate loss models and aggregate, analyze, and share preliminary results with......

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No Budget Left Behind

FI Insight Featured in AGA…

FI Consulting thought leaders Robert Silverman and Scott Inderbitzen along with Tom...

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Federal Credit Analysis Tool –…

The Federal Credit Analysis Tool (FCAT) provides users the ability to analyze...

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Using Monte Carlo Simulations to…

This article written by James R. Follain, Ph.D., and Seth H. Giertz, was...

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Property Tax Reform: A Tough…

Decline in house prices makes task more important … and more difficult...

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CECL Validation

Keys to CECL Validation Success in 2019

BY MARK JORDAN, FI CONSULTING At present, financial institution SEC filers are busy building and testing their internal models and processes to calculate reserves under the new current expected credit loss (CECL) accounting standard. The industry is entering a critical phase for teams to validate loss models and aggregate, analyze, and share preliminary results with......

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Modeling Severity Under CECL

BY BEN MURRELL, FI CONSULTING As many financial institutions enter into CECL parallel runs in 2019, they need to have a solid handle on their loss forecasting model inputs. To ensure compliance with the standard, regulators and auditors will be scrutinizing these inputs and assumptions, including severity, or loss given default (LGD). Regardless, whether a......

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