CECL Strategies for Loan Participations
1/22/2020 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (CT)
Type: Live Webinar
Industry: Financial Institutions
Service: Audit and Accounting
Seats Remaining: 347
Name: Mary Boortz
Financial institutions are working through the process of preparing for CECL. Often overlooked in the development of a CECL implementation plan is how CECL will impact regulatory and accounting considerations for loan participations. In this webinar you'll learn how CECL will impact loan participations and practical guidance for how to incorporate into your CECL process. The webinar will also provide an update on recent developments impacting CECL and additional suggestions for how to overcome key implementation challenges.
Who Should Attend: President/CEO, CFO, Controller
Nick Ansley, Partner, Wipfli
Nick Ansley is a partner who brings more than 15 years of invaluable experience to financial institution clients. He has particular expertise with external audit and accounting and control issues that specifically impact financial institutions. Nick also has extensive commercial loan review experience. He has worked with large banks to develop internal control narratives and testing programs to assist them with FDICIA compliance requirements. Bringing additional value to his clients, Nick also assists with various agreed-upon procedure engagements and internal control reviews.
Ian Lampl is CEO & Co-Founder of LoanStreet Inc.
Ian Lampl launched LoanStreet Inc., an innovative online platform that helps financial institutions share, manage, and originate loans. Prior to launching LoanStreet, Ian served as Deputy Chief Counsel for the Office of Financial Stability for the United States Department of the Treasury, which implemented the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). For his work, he received the Treasury Secretary's honor award for exemplary public service. Ian is recognized as an industry leader in loan participations and is a frequent speaker at banking, credit union, and financial technology conferences. Before joining Treasury, Ian was an attorney at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where he focused on commercial lending and securities offerings.