White Paper: Four Pitfalls to Avoid During CECL Implementation
BY MARK JORDAN, FI CONSULTING
Building a durable, defensible Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) process that reflects your organization’s view of its credit risk requires painstaking focus on the fundamentals of building and defending your bank’s own view of its risk exposure. This requires bringing a disciplined and methodical approach to building the “case” for your institution’s view of credit risk. In this white paper we describe four CECL implementation “pitfalls” and some approaches to avoid them by tackling these requirements now rather than waiting until later.
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