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Four Key Questions When Estimating Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL)

BY ROBERT CHANG AND MARK JORDAN, FI CONSULTING Under the FASB current expected credit loss (CECL) accounting standard, public entities are required to estimate losses over the contractual term of the financial asset or group of financial assets. However, this requirement is eased to allow entities to make or obtain “reasonable and supportable” forecasts of......

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Banks with Ontology and Knowledge Graph Capabilities well-positioned to meet…

FI Consulting’s Mark Jordan co-authored a blog with Element 22 discussing the importance of data governance and accessibility. Recent surveys find that many institutions are still in the planning stage for CECL, and that obtaining data necessary to support model development is among their most pressing tasks. In the recent past certain banks have met......

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Are We There Yet?

The market bottom still lies ahead, based on rent-to-value ratios in the...

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Navigating Negative Home Equity Takes…

Facts and forecasting are crucial to finding your way out By Amy E....

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Banks with Ontology and Knowledge Graph Capabilities well-positioned to meet…

FI Consulting’s Mark Jordan co-authored a blog with Element 22 discussing the importance of data governance and accessibility. Recent surveys find that many institutions are still in the planning stage for CECL, and that obtaining data necessary to support model development is among their most pressing tasks. In the recent past certain banks have met......

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Take An Integrated View of Mission, Cost, and Risk in…

BY JOSH MEIKRANTZ, FI CONSULTING Introduction Federal credit agencies expend resources—in the form of costs and risk— in order to achieve policy missions. While agencies measure program credit costs and performance against mission, typically these efforts are undertaken independently and risk is not considered at all. Government credit agencies should assess costs, mission, and risk......

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