The CECL Handbook: A Practitioner’s Guide

Edited by Masha Muzyka, Laurent Birade, Yashan Wang and Jing Zhang

Discipline:  Regulation

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The Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) model implementation requirement arguably represents one of the most influential changes to accounting standards that financial institutions have ever seen. The new standard may upend many business areas within an organisation, affecting loan origination, commercial policies, and portfolio strategy and management, to name but a few.

Financial institutions have to implement the CECL accounting standard by January 1, 2023. The CECL Handbook: A Practitioner’s Guide is the reference book for 2023 adopters, and a great training manual for staff within banks that have already adopted.

The team of editors – comprising several senior directors from Moody’s Analytics: Masha Muzyka; Laurent Birade; Yashan Wang; and former head of research Jing Zhang – have brought together a unique group of experts experienced in preparing and implementing the new CECL model.

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