Interagency Guidance for COVID-19 Loan Modifications: 3-Part Series
The U.S. banking agencies recently issued the “Interagency Statement on Loan Modifications by Financial Institutions Working with Customers Affected by the Coronavirus” to address this unprecedented situation for your customers and its impact on their livelihoods.
The agencies are enabling you to help your customers through loan modifications. They are also asking institutions to use excess liquidity and capital reserves to accommodate loan modifications and other measures until the coronavirus risk subsides.
To help you quickly comprehend the flexibility offered and how you should react, BankersWeb is offering a three-part series of webinars covering the individual components.
- Troubled Debt Restructuring Accounting: Determining When It Applies and When It Doesn’t - April 15, 2020, 11 AM Eastern
- Identifying Impaired Loans to Meet Regulatory Requirements - April 17, 2020, 11 AM Eastern
- Methods for Identifying, Assessing and Reporting on CRE Portfolio Risks - April 17, 2020, 2 PM Eastern
Session 1: Troubled Debt Restructuring Accounting: Determining When It Applies and When It Doesn’t
Risk management expert Gary Deutsch will share the latest agency guidance and explain how to determine when TDR accounting is required. You will learn how to use TDR accounting methods to identify borrowers that will benefit from loan restructuring during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Session 2: Identifying Impaired Loans to Meet Regulatory Requirements
Gary Deutsch will explain how to identify and account for your institution’s impaired loans. You will learn what accounting and reporting issues your borrowers are facing as they lay off employees and temporarily close facilities to comply with government mandates.
Session 3: Methods for Identifying, Assessing and Reporting on CRE Portfolio Risks
Gary Deutsch will reveal how the pandemic will affect your institution’s commercial real estate portfolio. You will learn how to value these assets and measure risk.
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