KPMG at AICPA National Conference on Banks & Savings Institutions
KPMG at AICPA National Conference on Banks & Savings Institutions
EVENT

Sept. 9-11, 2019

KPMG at AICPA National Conference on Banks & Savings Institutions

Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center | National Harbor, MD

  • Overview
  • Insights

Overview

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KPMG speaking sessions

September 9 | 12:40 - 1:30
General Session : SEC updates from the deputy chief accountants

Moderator: Mike Hall, Partner, Audit

September 10 | 7:30 a.m. 
CECL parallel run readiness, execution & lessons learned

Speakers: Chris Boyles, Partner, Advisory and Reza Van Roosmalen, Principal, Advisory
Moderator: Mike Hall, Partner, Audit

In this session, KPMG will present entry criteria, execution and exit criteria in order to conduct and coordinate a meaningful parallel run program. We will share lessons learned and pitfalls from prior engagement fieldwork that resulted in substantial rework post adoption. This comprehensive session will provide tools that financial firms can utilize in order to prevent or detect infrastructure (e.g., process, system or data and personnel) risks. In addition, an overview of the financial impacts for mergers and acquisitions under pre and post CECL adoption scenario will be discussed.

Learning objectives:

  1. Provide insight into the activities of the 3 lines of defense represents in order to present an operating framework
  2. Discover what impacts look like for different products as well as an analysis of CECL SAB 74 disclosures and further expectations

September 10 | 3:30 - 4:45
Concurrent: Coming to an auditor's report near you: Critical Audit Matters (CAMs)

KPMG speaker: John Klinge, Partner, Audit 

September 11 | 11:40 - 12:55
Concurrent: Chief acounting oficer panel

Moderator: Mike Hall, Partner, Audit

September 11 | 11:40 - 12:55
Concurrent: Valuations: key considerations

KPMG speakers: David Miller, Managing Director, Tax and Michael Notton, Senior Manager, Tax

Insights

How to prepare for the new AFS debt securities accounting rules

‘Credit loss’ filters can simplify compliance

Navigating toward more effective KYC/CDD operations

The evolution of the “Know Your Customer” process

LIBOR – the new y2k/euro event?

Managing the transition risks – planning for complexity and uncertainty

Have you heard? LIBOR ends 2021

Communicating on the transition