Following the global financial crisis of 2007 and 2008, the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has taken steps to mitigate risk among financial institutions. One of the newest standards is a change from the “incurred loss” accounting model used to evaluate financial portfolios to an “expected loss” model known as the Current Expected Credit Loss model (CECL). For BHPH dealers, CECL will require changes in loan and lease loss recording, which in turn requires changes in the type of loan data collected and how it’s analyzed. This article outlines what BHPH dealers can do to prepare for this sweeping change and why it’s important to start planning now.
In this whitepaper, we review...
- Impacts to the BHPH Industry
- Loan Portfolio Data Collection,
- Analysis Required
- Loan Covenant Considerations
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