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    Moody’s Analytics Webinar: Credit Earnings Volatility and Share Price Performance: Implications of IFRS 9 and CECL

    February 2019

    The new accounting standards can have material implications for allowance and earnings dynamics. Join our researchers, Amnon Levy and Pierre Xu, explore a large sample of banks to better understand channels by which the standards affect shareholder value.

    Webinar Highlights: 

    • Understand the impact of IFRS 9 and CECL on earnings volatility
    • Explore the relationship between bank’s equity valuation and earnings volatility 
    • Evaluate credit portfolio management techniques that can reduce earnings volatility and increase valuation

    Click here for the presentation

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