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    CECL Considerations for Insurers - AFS Debt Securities and Other Assets

    The CECL accounting standard affects a broad spectrum of financial institutions, including insurers. Investment portfolios may require updates to allow expected credit loss calculations. Understand the impact of CECL on debt securities, commercial real estate (CRE) loans, and operations, and discover potential solutions.

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    Join us to learn more about CECL implementation considerations:
    • The impact on available-for-sale held-to-maturity (AFS HTM) debt securities and CRE loans
    • Implementation challenges and approaches for assets that are in scope for CECL

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