Amy George
Jul 8, 2020

One side isn’t reckless about risk, and the other knows more words than "no."

A view from the front lines with BAI's Ed Marcheselli.

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Companies across the globe are moving to the cloud, but financial institutions have typically been slow to make the transition.

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Whether you view it as a necessity, or a necessary evil, there’s no getting around the fact that from all angles, compliance is expensive.

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The Current Expected Credit Loss accounting standard (CECL) takes effect for financial institutions as early as next year, though palpable foot-dragging has accompanied the ramp up.

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And now, this not-so-trick question: Who within a bank’s operations will feel the impact of the upcoming Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) accounting standards? “Everybody,” says Steve Picarillo, managing director and head of risk management practice for Washington D.

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To some bankers, the Current Expected Loss Standard (CECL) might as well be a reboot of Y2K.

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Legal, finance and HR departments have long-standing, well-defined roles within organizations.

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In recent weeks, regulators have reprimanded leading investment banks for insufficient money laundering controls within their markets and broker-dealer business.

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As a Blue Wave crashes on the shores of Congress and Democrats assert control of the House of Representatives, there’s reason to believe a Green Wave may soon follow.

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