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    The Transition to CECL: Final Picture, Part 5

    February 2018

    In this video webcast, we identify the critical components needed for a successful CECL implementation and the new considerations it also brings.

    Firms must have deeper collaboration between risk, finance, and accounting teams, expand historical data, choose the right methodology, and so on. In addition, information on CECL guidelines and its interpretation continues to play a big part in strategy planning and decision-making among firms.

    In partnership with GARP and the American Banker's Association, our experts discuss CECL beyond execution to understand the final picture.

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