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Moving beyond implementation decisions towards understanding the final picture

2nd Edition CECL 2018 Congress| March 21-22 | New York City

Taking place at the New York Marriott Downtown, 85 West St, New York, NY 10006, USA
Launch rate: $1,099 – until December 8

After the 1st Edition sold out, the 2nd Edition CECL Congress looks to provide both an update on progress made towards final CECL implementation, and review the potential impacts thereafter. CECL continues to shake up the industry and divide opinion on interpretation and implementation variations and strategies. This intense and informative two-day Congress will bring financial institutions together to outline options, share methodologies and interpretations to align strategies and ultimately outcomes.

So, join us at the New York Marriott Downtown to network with like-minded peers from global institutions through to community banks. Join interactive panel discussions, insightful presentations and extensive networking opportunities to move thinking from implementation options, through to CECL post event impacts.

 

Key Highlights include

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Productionizing the process and reviewing system requirements

MODEL APPROACHES

Considerations for model choices and implications after go-live

DOCUMENTATION

Increased documentation for stakeholder messaging 

DATA

Shaping the picture for economic scenarios and bringing data practices in line with requirements

REGULATION

The regulators perspective from three leading regulatory bodies

INTERPRETATION

Reviewing variations in interpretation for reasonable and supportable period

IMPACTS

Reviewing the impact on assets and treatment of debt and loan forecasting

ARCHITECTURE

Comprehensive analytical architecture to provide a holistic view 

Hear from more than 20 senior credit, analytics and modeling professionals including:

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Jacob Kosoff 

Head of Model Risk Management & Validation

Regions Bank

Natalya-Schenck

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Financial Economist

OCC

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Alexandra Hansis

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UBS

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Amit Grover

Director, Card Modeling and CECL

Discover Financial

Jennifer Matey

Jennifer Matney

SVP/Director of Operational Risk Management

UMB Financial

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Guoning Yang

Director, Quant Analytics

Fifth Third Bank

In addition to the main Congress, enhance your learning at the Masterclass and understand industry views on CECL

To register your interest, please contact Tina.Patchcott@cfp-events.com


08:00am – Registration & Morning Coffee


08:45 am – Welcome and Workshop Overview

09:00 am – Considerations for CECL Framework

CECL Overview | Regulatory Guidance | Building Blocks

09:30 am – Developing a CECL Action Plan

Identifying roles and responsibilities of business leaders and risk managers | How to go about planning a smooth roll-out | Model risk management policies and governance


10:00 am – Morning Refreshment Break & Networking


10:15 am – Risk Management Tools & Framework to Build CECL

Evaluating a bank’s current risk management tools | Key Components to Leverage and Align

10:45 am- Data Required to Build and Operate a Robust CECL Framework

Data Required for CECL | Mandatory/Recommended/Ideal Data Framework | Data resources and action plans for different levels of available internal loss data


12:00 pm – Lunch Break & Networking


12:45 pm – CECL Approaches Methodologies – 1

Loan-level vs. pooling | Defining portfolio segmentation | Commonly prescribed CECL approaches: Loss Rate, Migration Matrix, Vintage Analysis, Discounted Cash Flows. Workout Examples – Inputs/Interim Results/Output for a few sample methods.


2:30pm Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking


02:45 pm – CECL Approaches and Methodologies – 2

PD/LGD Forecasting, Leveraging DFAST Models, Term Structure and Vintage Overlays, Mean reverting economic forecasts vs. losses Workout Examples – Inputs/Interim Results/Output for a few sample methods.

04:00 pm – Practitioner’s Session, Q&A and open discussion


The Masterclass will be led by four Senior Risk Professionals from Risk Advisory practice of FIS

Prashant Dinodia ACA FRM

Director

Grant Empson

Director Balance Sheet Management

Ryan Hoffman

Senior Consultant

Bond Caldaro

Senior Consultant

Guest speaker:

TBA – SVP, Director of Treasury & Credit Analytics

Day One | March 21 | New York City

08:00 Registration & morning coffee and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

IFRS 9

09:00 Lessons learnt from implementation of IFRS 9 and updating systems for CECL

  • Infrastructure and systems: What can be improved for CECL
  • Leveraging IFRS 9 infrastructure
  • IT tools and availability to support new systems, models and data
  • Managing across jurisdictions

Alexandra Hansis, ED, Risk Analytics Capital and Stress, UBS. 

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

09:50 Reviewing system infrastructure requirements for CECL and analysis for future implementation and productionizing the process

  • Data warehouses interacting with financial models
  • Differences between CECL and stress testing
  • Schematics for optimal reserve
  • Leveraging data from incurred loss model
  • Tracking latest losses facilities, nuances etc…

Ty Lambert, SVP, Bancorp South

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

DATA

11:00 Practices for meeting CECL data requirements and forming a picture for economic scenarios

  • Limitations of legacy systems
  • What is needed for full scale implementation
  • Aligning data sets across jurisdictions
  • Processes to capture at origination
  • Building depository long term
  • Relevance of external data: adjusting to portfolios

MODEL APPROACHES PANEL DISCUSSION

11:40 Considerations for CECL model approaches: New approaches vs. updating internal infrastructure

  • Approaches to forecast impaired losses
  • Cross disciplinary inputs
  • Are existing models scalable to future losses over a lifetime
  • IT systems and infrastructure
  • Preliminary results under each approach
  • Reconciliation and explanation of differences

Jennifer Matney, SVP, Director of Operational Risk Management, UMB Financial Corp

Raj Kunwar,VP, Finance & Business, HSBC

Guoning Yang, Director, Quant Analytics, Fifth Third Bank

12:30 Lunch Break

1:30 Best practices in validating CECL models

Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management & Validation, Regions Bank

2:10 Implementing a comprehensive analytical architecture to provide a holistic view of the business

  • Building a complete comprehensive platform: stress testing analytics, CECL, economic capital, loan portfolio valuations etc.
  • Allowing lines of business access to results to make business decisions
  • Firm wide solutions
  • Integrating into firm wide platform

Stevan Maglic, SVP, Risk Analytics, Regions Bank

2:50 Preparation for increased rigor of communication and documentation requirements under CECL: Balancing the value of results vs. documentation process

  • Explaining and defending model
  • Language across different groups
  • Documenting the process and methodology
  • Ensuring process is correct from the bottom up
  • Balancing results and documentation

Jennifer Matney, SVP, Director of Operational Risk Management, UMB Financial

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:00 Developing top down and bottom up approaches for an efficient and accurate CECL solution

  • Top down approach for macro-economic forecast
    • Forming a view on cycle progress
    • Identify macro-economic variables relevant to the specific industry
    • Multiple baseline scenarios: possible combinations under uncertainty
  • Bottom up approach for model calibration and implementation:
    • Robust and rich market level data to disseminate national forecast into segment forecast
    • Granular property level data to identify idiosyncratic risk
    • Granular and sufficient loan data to calibrate the default and loss model and identify idiosyncratic risk of loan characteristics
  • Documentation and back testing
    • Statistical tests results
    • Model risk control
    • Calibration dataset vs. portfolio data

Xiaojing Li, Director, Quantitative Methods, CoStar

INTERPRETATION

4:40 Defining reasonable and supportable to develop effective forecasts that fulfil requirements

  • Quantitative and qualitative interpretations
  • Differences in horizons and outcomes
  • Interpretation and subjectivity
  • Technicality to support forecast
  • Judgement vs. statistical analysis
  • Measures and procedures

5:20 Chair’s closing remarks

5:30 End of day one and drinks reception

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Day Two | March 22 | New York City

08:00 Registration & morning coffee and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

PANEL DISCUSSION

09:00 CECL from the regulators: A regulatory insight to the CECL requirements

Ty Lambert, SVP, Bancorp South Three Senior Regulatory Bodies to be announced.

09:50 CECL preparation for internal auditors and what clients can expect from their auditors

  • Defining a review strategy
  • Partnerships between the three lines of defence
  • Project management oversight and escalation
  • Control considerations
  • Demonstrating results to regulators and external auditors

Matt Clohessy, SVP, Audit Manager, Credit Risk Review, KeyBank

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

11:00 Current Regulatory Insight on CECL Methodology and Modeling

  • Informational Resources
  • Choosing appropriate methodology for CECL estimation
  • Model risk management for CECL
  • Use of third party vendor models

Natalya Schenck, Financial Economist, Enterprise Risk Analysis Division, OCC

11:40 Implications for risk management post implementation: Balancing compliance with effective management

  • Aligning financial disclosure and risk management practices
  • View and manage risks
  • Maintaining safety and soundness
  • Managing volatility in reserves

12:20 Lunch break and networking

PANEL DISCUSSION

1:20 Increasing efficiency in stress testing and CECL to leverage overlaps and manage outcomes

  • Governance
    • Transferring to CECL
    • Governance surrounding scenario build out
  • Forecasting for whole loan
  • Macroeconomic variables
  • Running independently or alongside CECL
  • Pros and cons for leveraging stress testing models
  • Nuances of modelling for stress loss vs. modelling for a base case scenario

Jennifer Matney, SVP, Director of Operational Risk Management, UMB Financial Corp

Guoning Yang, Director, Quant Analytics, Fifth Third Bank

2:10 Reviewing guidance on treatment of troubled debt in a CECL environment for effective identification and measurement

  • Unclear guidance
  • Directly modelling vs. outside a one-off basis
  • Limited statistical capability to model
  • Producing data to model
  • Different sized FI approaches
  • Quality of data: loan characteristics or macro-economic factors
  • Establishing the relationship between components

2:50 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

3:10 System requirements for implementation of life of loan and forecasting for forward losses

  • Life of loan for credit cards
    • Assumptions on extension and supporting
    • Impact on final overall lifetime losses
    • Volatility in CECL number
  • Data available for life of loan
  • Determining maturity of loan
    • Short and long-term plan
    • Criteria for refinancing
  • Key drivers to determine expected life

Amit Grover, Director, Card Modeling and CECL, Discover Financial

3:50 CECL end vision: Understanding the final vision and managing the project pre and post implementation

  • What will CECL look like
  • Impact on numbers
  • Product and aggregate level
  • Unintended consequences
    • Capital requirements with loss provisions
  • Behaviour across the credit cycle
  • Stepping back from data
  • How firms define credit cycle

Stevan Maglic, SVP, Risk Analytics, Regions Bank

4:30 Mock analyst call: Reviewing preparedness This session looks to provide an interactive element, with extensive Q&A and run through of unanswered questions to provide an overview of areas remaining uncertain for full preparation.

5:30 Chair’s closing remarks and end of Congress

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Matt Clohessey, CPA, CIA, CISA, CRC,  SVP, Audit Manager,  Key Bank

Matthew Clohessy is an Audit Manager, Senior Vice President with KeyBank’s Credit Risk Review Division. Matt has 10 years of experience as an Internal Auditor with regional financial institutions and three and a half years of experience as a Systems Administrator outside of the financial services industry. Matt specializes in leading cross-discipline reviews and has a wide range of experience, most notably in evaluating internal controls over Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL), commercial lending operations and credit risk governance (Middle Market, Business Banking, CRE, Leasing, Asset Based Lending), indirect auto lending, electronic banking delivery channels, GLBA Compliance, back office operations, and depository and lending regulatory compliance. Matt is also as an adjunct professor in Canisius College’s Accounting program. He is a member and former chairman of the New York State Society of CPA’s (NYSSCPA) Technology Assurance Committee and a member of the NYSSCPA’s Banking Committee. Matt is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and is RMA Credit Risk Certified (CRC). Matt graduated cum laude from Canisius College with dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Accounting Information Systems and has a Master’s in Business Administration from Canisius College.

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Michael Fadil, EVP, CECL Program Executive Sponsor, Citizens Bank

Michael has almost 30 years of experience primarily in commercial banking credit risk management but he has also worked in the security broker-dealer business, pension consulting, and risk consulting and investment advisory business. He joined the Commercial Credit Training program at Fleet Bank in 1989, before joining SunTrust Bank in Atlanta in 2006 where he spent 7 years overseeing the Risk Analytics team.  Michael also worked as Senior Director of Business Development at Moody’s working on Stress Testing solutions for clients.  He joined Citizens Bank in 2013 overseeing the Risk Architecture Group for 2 ½ years before moving into the role of overseeing the bank’s CECL program in June 2016.

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Amit Grover, Director, Card Modeling and CECL, Discover Financial

Amit Grover will be presenting at CECL 2018

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Alexandra Hansis, Executive Director, Risk Methodology US, UBS Americas Holdings LLC 

After a obtaining a M.Sc. in Mathematical Finance from the University of Southern California and a Ph. D. in Quantitative Finance from the Goethe University in Frankfurt (Germany), I joined UBS Group AG in Switzerland in the area of Credit Stress Testing. In 2016 I transferred to the US due to an increased focus on CCAR, DFAST and CECL. I am currently charged with macro credit models across Retail and Investment Banking in the context of CECL, IFRS9, DFAST, CCAR and internal stress testing across the firm.

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Jacob Kosoff, Head of Model Risk Management & Validation, Regions Bank

Jacob Kosoff is the Head of Model Risk Management and Validation at Regions Bank. In this role, Mr. Kosoff is responsible for the enterprise-wide management of the model governance and model validation teams and for overseeing the governance and validation for all models and significant analytical tools at Regions Bank. Mr. Kosoff has 15 years of experience and progressive managerial responsibility in model development, model risk management and audit within the financial services industry, including at Regions Bank, PNC Bank and Freddie Mac.

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Raj Kunwar, VP, Finance & Business, HSBC

Raj Kunwar is currently working as a Vice President (Sr.) at HSBC. In this role he delves into all aspects of stress testing, and financial planning at HSBC. His expertise is in developing models including PPNR,  ALLL reserves, valuations, and economic capital. He has a Ph. D. in Engineering from University of Maryland, and a MBA in finance from University of Chicago. Prior to HSBC, He worked at GE and Intel corporations. He has numerous journal publications, a published book, and 6 issued US patents.

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Ty Lambert, Head of Treasury Analytics, Bancorp South

Mr. Lambert joined BancorpSouth in 2006 and has served in a variety of roles including portfolio management, asset-liability management, investor relations, and model development/systems integration. His team is currently responsible for asset-liability management, liquidity risk management, and capital stress testing. In addition, Mr. Lambert plays an active role in strategic planning with respect to corporate budgeting and capital deployment. He has been a featured speaker at stress testing conferences and has served on American Banker’s Advisory Board for Stress Testing. Prior to joining BancorpSouth, Mr. Lambert was a portfolio manager for retail clients. He received his bachelor and MBA degrees from Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi, respectively.

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Xiaojing Li, Director, Quantitative Methods, CoStar Group

Xiaojing Li is in charge of model development of CoStar’s core mortgage risk service product/CRE credit risk model—CompassCRE and CompassCMBS. She leads the quant team on building various models and analytical tools for analysing credit risk, assessing risk-weighted asset and capital reserve requirement under Basel III compliance, and setting loss reserves under FASB’s CECL credit loss accounting standard. Ms. Li also assists BHC clients on producing custom scenarios and regulatory stress testing in CCAR/DFAST framework. Ms. Li was a research assistant in the field of Consumer Finance at Ohio State University, where she majored in econometrics and consumer finance and received her M.S. and Ph.D. degree in Economics.

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Stevan Maglic, SVP, Head of Risk Analytics, Regions Bank

Steve is Senior Vice President and Head of Quantitative Risk Analytics at Regions Bank, where his current responsibilities focus on quantitative aspects of forecasting and stress testing, risk ratings, valuation, reserve methodologies, economic capital, portfolio construction, credit strategy and credit portfolio management. Steve has 20 years of industry experience in quantitative modelling and risk management and has prior experience building portfolio management and analytics infrastructure at Merrill Lynch, Bank of Montreal and ABN AMRO. Steve has a Ph.D. in applied physics from Northwestern University, a B.S. in physics from University of Colorado in Boulder, and has held Series 7 and Series 63 certifications.

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Jennifer Matney, SVP, Director of Operational Risk Management, UMB Financial Corp

Jennifer received her Bachelor’s in Finance and Business Management from Missouri Western State University, her Master’s of Economics from the University of Missouri – KC, and has all but her dissertation complete on a PhD in Economics also from UMKC. She started her career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and held several analyst up to executive management roles in Finance throughout the past 15+ years. In 2015 Jennifer started at UMB as the Director of Model Risk Management to create and operationalize the Model Risk Management program. For the past year all models are now validated internally by her team. In late 2017 she acquired additional responsibilities over all of Operational Risk Management to include model risk, third party risk, insurance, CPM, and loss reporting.

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Natalya Schenck, Financial Economist, Enterprise Risk Analysis Division, OCC

Natalya Schenck is a Financial Economist in the Enterprise Risk Analysis Division at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). She provides quantitative support for DFAST and ALLL model reviews, in wholesale and retail credit areas. Dr. Schenck joined the OCC after completing her Ph.D. (Finance) at Kent State University. She also holds Diploma of Specialist in Mathematics from Saint Petersburg State University, Russia. Her research on impact of regulation on banking industry has been published in several academic journals such as Journal of Regulatory Economics and Journal of Financial Research.

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Guoning Yang, Director, Quant Analytics, Fifth Third Bank

I’m responsible for credit risk modelling and analytics for Stress Testing and CECL at Fifth Third. I oversee models and analytics, long-term loss forecasting, stress testing production and submission, and regulatory review support of Fifth Third Consumer portfolios as well as the on-going CECL modelling in partnership with Accounting, Finance and Capital Planning. Before Fifth Third, I worked at Capital One leading loss forecasting and Basel modelling of their credit card portfolio.

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WEBINAR

A practitioners perspective on CECL

With: Stevan Maglic, Regions Bank, Soner Tunay, Citizens Bank

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RISK INSIGHTS

7th November 2017

CECL quantitative impact analysis

By Michael Fadil, EVP, CECL Program Executive Sponsor, Citizens Bank. 
10th October 2017

Understanding CECL end vision to effectively prepare for implementation

By Chip Messick, Managing Director, Argus Information & Advisory Services. 
4th October 2017

SS&C Primatics speaking at the CECL 2017 Congress

By Alex Driscoll, SS&C Primatics.
20th September 2017

Validating your CECL model: What’s important to know

31st August 2017

Modelling for life of loan – Are CCAR models suitable for CECL?

21st August 2017

CECL requirements for Macroeconomic Scenarios

17th August 2017

Increased rigor of documentation requirements to regulators to demonstrate control over risk taking activities

3rd August 2017

How would CECL have performed during the great recession?

1st August 2017

CECL: Myths and misconceptions uncovered

11th July 2017

The CECL vision

5th July 2017

What CECL brings: Challenges, approaches and implications

13th June 2017

For CCAR/DFAST institutions, what current synergies from stress testing may be leveraged for CECL implementation?

13th June 2017

Modeling techniques for CECL requirements to accommodate changes

5th June 2017

Forecasting the future: An overview of CECL and future predictions

2nd June 2017

The differences between IFRS 9 and CECL to leverage infrastructure

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Can I present at the CECL 2018 Congress?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at CECL 2018 Congress. For further information on this please contact alice.kelly@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

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Business attire is requested. The Congress is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

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We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Congress, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

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Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

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There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Congress, such as

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Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at the CECL 2018 Congress?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Payments Forum 2018 and our wider risk professionals community. At the event We can distribute your material to the attendees, offer you an exhibition booth, and provide speaking opportunities so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Forum. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +44 (0) 207 164 6582. Risk Insights Feature your content on our Risk Insights website and supporting Risk Insights monthly newsletter. For further information please download our media pack here.

Are media partnerships available for CECL 2018 Congress?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

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