CECL – The Requirements & Your Options For Credit Unions

In this webinar, learn from the new current expected credit losses methodology (CECL) experts, David Andrukonis, from RiskSpan, and Graham Dyer, from Grant Thornton about considerations specific to credit unions.

They will cover:

  • Accounting requirements and recent updates from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Transition Resource Group
  • Proxy data options with specific data sources for each asset class 
  • Proxy data options with specific data sources for each asset class 

About The Hosts

Dave Andrukonis

Manager – RiskSpan

David Andrukonis has technical and managerial experience in banking, credit risk, and valuation. David leads the development of RiskSpan’s CECL Application, covering a variety of asset classes and model types. He has also led the development of specialized credit risk models such as structural credit risk models for shipping finance. He has performed non-traditional ABS valuations and validated a wide range of financial forecasting models, including models that estimate return on equity, asset/liability valuations under varying market interest rate scenarios, and loan losses.

Prior to joining RiskSpan, he managed the credit risk department at WashingtonFirst Bank, where he developed underwriting methodologies and stress tolerance models for diverse private firms and commercial real estate.

Graham Dyer

Partner – Grant Thornton, Member – FASB’S CECL Transition Resource Group (TRG)

Graham currently consults with Grant Thornton’s clients and audit teams regarding technical accounting and auditing matters, with a focus on issues impacting financial services entities.

His background includes the National Professional Standards Group at Grant Thornton and serving as a Professional Accounting Fellow in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the OCC. Graham is also a member of the FASB’s CECL Transition Resource Group (TRG) and the IASB’s IFRS 9 Impairment Transition Group (ITG).