This is a deep-dive refresher into the requirements of the Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) standard. ASC 326 (CECL) is the most significant accounting standard to impact credit unions in many years. Your credit union should be prepared to adopt CECL in 2023 – this will be an effort to make sure you have a sound calculation, appropriate accounting policies and sufficient disclosures. In this Coming Soon: CECL webinar, you’ll get a baseline understanding of the accounting decisions required by the standard, with a focus on those that have tripped up earlier adopters; lessons learned from previous adopters; best practices and key items to consider for your model on a go-forward basis.
- Understand requirements of the CECL standard
- Analyze lessons learned and best practices from previous adopters
- Evaluate key items to consider for future maintenance of the CECL model(s)
$295 Members | $395 Nonmembers
(Additional $50 for USB)
One registration gives your entire team access to the live webinar and on-demand recording until September 29, 2023.
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Who Should Attend
- Presidents and CEOs
- Accounting titles
- Risk titles
NCRMs will receive 1.0 CEUs for participating in this webinar
CPA credit information is below; recommended 1.0 CPE credits.
CPA Certification Credit Information
Reviewer: Josie Collins, Senior Associate Director of Education, NAFCU
Learning Objectives: See key takeaways
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites Needed: None
Advance Preparation Needed: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.0 credits
Recommended Field of Study: Accounting – Technical
About Our Webinars
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