Gerard Cassidy

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How CECL Can Be Improved and Was It Worth It?

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This program will explore through the perspective of a user, a preparer, and a standard-setter whether the new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting rule that replaced the incurred loss method (ILM) was worth the cost of implementation. The objective behind CECL was to make the accounting for credit losses more proactive than it was on the eve of the global financial crisis under ILM where banks were limited to providing only for losses that were estimable and probable.

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Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Virtual Events & Programming