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From financial institutions and investment funds grappling with increasingly complex reporting, governance, and regulatory requirements to insurance and specialty finance companies seeking to protect against mounting cybersecurity risks, the financial services industry faces increasing pressure. As those pressures mount, so does our desire to help you stay ahead of challenges.

We’re known for our breadth and depth of technical knowledge, serving more than 500 banks, credit unions, investment companies, broker-dealers, mortgage bankers, and other leasing and specialty finance companies. Our 200 financial services experts include CPAs, risk management professionals, internal audit professionals, loan review specialists, regulatory compliance specialists, management consultants, technology experts, and fraud examiners. We’ll help you meet tight schedules and deadlines, advocate for best outcomes, proactively stay ahead of cybersecurity risks, and assure stakeholders in today’s tough economic climate.

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How changing regulations affect financial institutions

How changing regulations affect your bank image
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CECL: Applying current condition and forecast adjustments
The current expected credit losses (CECL) standard leaves institutions with questions regarding which methodology they should select. View our on-demand webinar to learn more about the qualitative factors.
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CECL guidebook part 2
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Revenue recognition roadmap

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Ready for the new revenue recognition standard?
It's critical to begin planning now for the new revenue recognition standard to ensure compliance and minimize operational impacts. Our industry-specific guides can help you simplify adoption.
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With the new revenue recognition standard, it pays to be proactive
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Revenue recognition: The longer you wait, the less you know
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Revenue recognition for franchisors: What every franchise attorney should know
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Ready for change?
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Related Events

  • The FMS Forum
    We’re pleased to be presenting on CECL in Excel and sponsoring the 2019 FMS Forum in Boston, Mass.
    Event June 23 - 25, 2019 Upcoming
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  • Illinois Bankers Association Annual Conference
    We’re excited to be sponsoring the Illinois Bankers Association’s (IBA) Annual Conference this year in Austin, Texas.
    Event June 23 - 25, 2019 Upcoming
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Financial Services Thought Leadership

  • CECL: Applying current condition and forecast adjustments
    The current expected credit losses (CECL) standard leaves institutions with questions regarding which methodology they should select. View our on-demand webinar to learn more about the qualitative factors.
    Ryan Abdoo Brian Franey Kristin Golab
    Webinar Wednesday, May 15, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. EDT 1 hour watch
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  • CECL transition: Establishing effective processes/controls
    Join Plante Moran and the Darling Consulting Group for a multi-day online event hosted by FMS, and learn best practices for managing the CECL transition, including establishing effective processes and controls.
    Ryan Abdoo
    Webinar May 8 - 9, 2019 1 min read
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  • CECL: Full application of the WARM method
    With the FASB’s release of a Q&A document in January 2019, the weighted average remaining maturity (WARM) method has been confirmed as an option. Join our webinar on April 17 to learn how this can affect your organization.
    Ryan Abdoo
    Webinar April 17, 2019 60 minute watch
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  • AICPA releases new guidelines for SOC 2 reports: What you need to know
    When a service organization undergoes a SOC 2 examination, management must now prepare or update the description of their system and disclose significant system incidents identified during the period covered by the report. Here’s what you need to know for your next examination.
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Individualized attention and service

As trends, economic factors, and regulations change, we help you keep a step ahead by looking at the implications for your institution. Our ability to react quickly in an increasingly complex and evolving field — and translate how that affects you — is what sets us apart.

Brian Pollice, financial services practice leader, knows that taking the time to understand the specific dynamics that separate you from your competitors is a key factor. “When our clients raise a concern, we don’t just provide a canned response. Each engagement is unique. We put their fears to rest by investing our efforts into studying their particular organization and providing practical, effective, and timely solutions.”

Our clients say

The Plante Moran team that performs our audit and tax work is top notch. They not only give us high quality work in this area, they are trusted advisors. I always involve them in our strategic discussions because they provide good insight that helps us make proper management decisions.

Michael Burke President & CEO, CSB Bank