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How to implement CECL using Excel

Presented By:
Ryan Abdoo Kyle Manny
September 27, 2017
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Unsure how to implement CECL using Excel? View our on-demand webinar to hear from our experts and learn which option is right for you.
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*The content in these slides was written in the summer of 2017 and reflects our preliminary thoughts on CECL implementation. Further clarifications and guidance are expected. To stay informed, visit*

In this webinar, our experts discuss the next step of CECL implementation and how to implement it using Excel. The complexity of your allowance model should be commensurate with the complexity of your institution. This session covers three examples of how you might implement the new current expected credit loss model using Excel. These examples portray varying complexity of CECL implementation and provide meaningful insight to help you narrow down which option is right for you.

This webinar is not eligible for CPE credit.


Kris Toy, Partner


Ryan Abdoo, Industry technical leader

Kyle Manny, Senior associate


In June 2018, our experts published CECL guidebook part 2: Loss rate calculations of the allowance for loan and lease losses. Inside this guidebook, we walk through different loss rate calculations that are intended to help you understand your options and confidently move forward with your next steps for CECL implementation. Click here to read the guidebook.

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