This is a live webinar that will promptly begin at 10:00 AM EST. The link for the program and handouts will be emailed to attendees 24 hours before the training commences.
It always seems a long list of smart, high paid people are trying to figure out which way rates are going to move. For many reasons, at or close to the top of the list are bankers. One of the best ways to figure out where something is going to go is to see where has it been and why. In this presentation, we will focus on historical Prime rate, looking at who makes the decision, why and how fast Prime has moved and see what your prediction of where future Prime might go.
Needed for the live, online class:
- Highspeed internet
- Camera is preferable but not required
- Speaker phone to call in to the class
David Nicholson – Credit Training, Inc.
David Nicholson started his 22 year corporate and commercial banking career at Fleet Financial Group in Boston, where he completed his formal commercial credit training. Mr. Nicholson has a long successful history of structuring deals in large corporate and middle market worlds, mostly in the C&I space. Mr. Nicholson has been teaching aspects of credit training for over 10 years, while formally establishing a three-month, fully interactive, live credit training program over the past four years. In that span, Mr. Nicholson has successfully taught over 45 financial analysts who work at numerous banks across Massachusetts. Mr. Nicholson and Credit Training, Inc. have been written about in Banker & Tradesman (Cover – 2016), American Banker (2018, 2018) and most recently, the Charlotte Business Journal (2019).
We are excited to host this program in partnership with the Virginia Bankers Association! This workshop will be a deep dive into CECL implementation, covering data aggregation, modeling and forecasting. Learning outcomes include:
- Gain an understanding of proposed and updated changes to the standard
- Learn the best practices from public companies in CECL implementation
- Become familiar with how to monitor and use economic data as part of your analysis and forecasting
- Gain a detailed understanding of the different CECL models with different data applications
- Understand what new policies, processes and controls may be necessary for you to implement and model CECL models
- Understand new disclosure requirements
Casey Tutor – Vice President of Accounting Product Development & Analytics, ARCSys
Casey’s primary responsibilities include guiding the product roadmap and software lifecycle alongside system alignment and regulatory governance. Prior to her work with ARCSys, Casey served as the financial analyst for a chemical manufacturing company. Casey brings experience in audit, data analytics and financial systems implementation to her role. She received a Bachelors of Science in accounting in 2014 and is currently an MBA candidate attending Averett University.
Michael Umscheid – President & CEO, ARCSys
Mike has been providing accounting, consulting and auditing services to financial institutions for over 30 years. Considered the “CECL Guru”, Mike was selected by the AICPA to create and deliver their 8-hour CPE course on CECL. He is a past member of the Auditing Standards Board and a published author on Accounting and Auditing for Financial Institutions. Mike has spoken at numerous AICPA conferences as well as other national and local financial institution associations. Mr. Umscheid is also the author of the 8-hour CPE course published by the AICPA for CECL.Mike is currently the President and CEO of ARCSys, a consulting firm that specializes in Allowance for Credit Loss software and CECL. He graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. Mike enjoys working out in the morning before work and loves to cook for his family and friends.
Patrick Vernon – Senior Manager, Crowe
Patrick Vernon is a Senior Manager in Crowe’s Advisory Services practice, focusing on CECL related projects such as Implementation, Readiness Assessment, and Model Validation. Patrick has worked with 40+ institutions across the country ranging from $1B – $50B, helping to build out CECL Implementation roadmaps and project plans. He also currently attends CECL steering committee meetings for a number of organizations, and consults with Crowe’s audit and risk teams for CECL related matters. Patrick also has extensive experience with transaction and valuation services for financial institutions and investor groups regarding select asset acquisitions and whole bank and financial service firm acquisitions. Patrick has a background in external audit engagements with a primary focus on Allowance for Loan Losses and Mortgage Banking Derivatives.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hyatt Place with a discounted room rate of $124/night.
Please note that attendees are responsible for securing their own reservations. The deadline to reserve rooms at this rate is Monday, January 13.
Please check back later for more program details on this live webinar!
Caren Enloe – Partner, Smith Debnam
Caren Enloe is a partner and concentrates her practice in consumer financial services litigation and compliance, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation with an emphasis on creditor’s rights. She practiced with Smith Debnam from 1992 until 2011 and rejoined the firm in 2015 following a three and a half year stint with an Am Law 200 law firm based in Atlanta. Ms. Enloe has a deep understanding of the complex compliance environment surrounding the financial services industry and regularly advises financial service companies on licensing and compliance issues involving state and federal consumer protection and finance statutes. Ms. Enloe earned her Juris Doctor cum laude from Campbell University School of Law, where she served as a member of the law review. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music from Appalachian State University.
We have moved this webinar to August for the convenience of our members!
Managing distressed accounts begins at the application intake stage and continues through recovery. The road is often fraught with disaster. With over 60 years of combined experience representing banks and the credit industry, Caren Enloe and Jeff Rogers will discuss their do’s and don’ts for maximizing recovery and for avoiding common pitfalls experienced by banks and other credit providers, including:
- How to properly secure your loan on the front end and prevent common issues which may jeopardize your recovery
- How to avoid common errors and liability in collecting distressed accounts
- How to protect your interests in bankruptcy without violating the automatic stay
Caren Enloe is a partner with Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, LLP (Raleigh NC) and leads the firm’s consumer financial services litigation and compliance practice. Caren is active in several national trade groups focused on receivable management and consumer finance. She currently serves as the chair of the American Bar Association’s debt collection subcommittee and as a member of the governing committee for the Conference on Consumer Finance Law.
Jeff Rogers is a partner with Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, LLP (Raleigh NC) and leads the firm’s foreclosure and real estate litigation practices. Jeff provides both litigation and compliance services to the banking and mortgage industries.