Ardmore Banking Advisors Sponsors Annual RMA Conference

The Ardmore Booth at the RMA Conference, ready to greet the attendees Ardmore Banking Advisors was pleased to once again serve as a gold sponsor for the Risk Management Association's Annual Conference, held from October 27-29 in New Orleans, LA. Ardmore has sponsored the event for nearly 20 years, at which more than 400 bankers from institutions across the country met to discuss industry trends, a potential upcoming recession, CECL and more. Ardmore was able to contribute some great content to the event, as Peter Cherpack, Ardmore's Executive VP and Senior Director of Credit Technology was featured in two breakout sessions. In the first, First CECL Lessons Learned for Community Banks, Pete

Ardmore CECL Webinar Series - Halfway to CECL Compliance: Creating a CECL Plan In The Year 2020

Ardmore Banking Advisors is pleased to present the latest webinar in our CECL series, "Halfway to CECL Compliance: Creating Your Bank's CECL Plan In the Year 2020". Back in July, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released new information about the Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) model for smaller institutions, updating their expectations for community bankers as the CECL implementation date approaches. This webinar breaks down the newest information, helps you keep on top of the changing CECL requirements, summarizes what FASB is saying about creating 'reasonable and supportable projections' and what regulators are expecting you to do in 2020. Also, learn how the Ardmore

RMA Blog Post: New FASB Ruling Creates Hundreds Of “CECL Orphans.” What's A Prudent Banker To D

We are pleased to announce that Peter Cherpack, Ardmore's Executive VP and Senior Director of Credit Technology was recently published in the Risk Management Association's blog. Mr. Cherpack's article, "New FASB Ruling Creates Hundreds of 'CECL Orphans.' What's a Prudent Banker to Do?" details the recent decision by the Financial Accounting Standards Board to push back the implementation date of the new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) standards for smaller community banks from 2020 to 2023, and the impact that the delay has had on banks of all sizes in various stages of the changeover. To read the article, please click here.

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