Previously, he managed global operations for the structured finance valuations and advisory group, where his team developed and implemented analytic models for valuing and stress-testing securities across structured asset classes, and provided advisory support for risk analysis and regulatory submission.
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In this presentation, our experts discussed common CECL considerations for structured credit and answer key questions on how to provide CECL estimates for structured credit.
In this fifth webinar in our series, our experts discussed common CECL considerations for structured credit and answered key questions on how to provide CECL estimates for structured credit.
The new current expected credit loss standard affects more than just loan books. Under the new update, expected credit loss is recorded through an allowance for loan and lease losses in the financial statements.