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    How Will the Increase in Off-Lease Volume Affect Used Car Residuals?

    February 2017

    Increases in auto lease volumes are nothing new, yet the industry is rife with fear that used car prices are about to collapse. In this talk, we will explore the dynamics behind the trends and the speculation.

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    Will CECL Ultimately Be Worth All the Fuss?

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    Climate Change Stress Testing

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    Finding a CECL Solution for Smaller Banks

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    Stress testing, up until now, has basically been a theoretical exercise. Growth has been slow but steady and the imbalances that can trigger recessions have largely been absent. However, with many now calling for a 2020 U.S. recession – and with Brexit looming – we may soon find out whether stress tests actually work when applied in the real world.

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    Information Overload: The Risk Documentation Challenge

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    Suppose I have two competing forecasting methods, each designed for CECL or IRFS 9 loss provisioning. Both would pass muster with regulators and auditors. How do I decide which is better?

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