Are you on track in your CECL Journey? 

CECL deadlines will be here before we know it. Are you on track? Where are your peers in the process? 

In this webinar, attendees will be provided with the latest regulatory updates and news on the Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting standard, and will receive a “CECL Checkup” that credit unions can use to assess how they are doing in their CECL journey (including what they can do to ensure that they are on track with their CECL implementation efforts). Examiners are starting to inquire about efforts a credit union is taking to prepare for CECL, and regardless of where you are in your journey, this presentation will help educate and prepare attendees to discuss all things CECL with examiners.

Join us to:
  • Receive the latest news and regulatory updates on CECL.  
  • Assess if current CECL implementation efforts are on track.
  • Educate and prepare attendees for CECL examiner inquiries.
Meet Your Speakers: 



Ian Dunn - EVP Products - Visible Equity

Ian oversees product and analytics teams, having worked at Visible Equity for over 10 years managing all products, including loans, applications, fair lending, marketing, deposits, and CECL. Ian has an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management;  an undergraduate degree in Engineering. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Graduate School of Banking, holds a real estate broker's license, and a professional engineering license. 



Scott Blakeslee - Product Director for CECL - Visible Equity


Scott's background is in accounting and audit, having worked previously at Deloitte and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in Washington, DC. Scott has a BS of Accounting from Boise State University, and is currently working towards his MBA from BYU. 





This session eligible for 1 CPE Credit
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