For more information,
go to aba.com/events
DECEMBER 2-4, 2018
Gaylord National Resort and
National Harbor, Maryland
(Greater Washington DC area)
Get the Full Picture.
Spring 2019 Session
March 30 – April 5, 2019
April 7– 9, 2019
Prepare With Confidence for the CRCM Exam
Are you ready to advance your career by earning a Certified Regulatory Compliance Man-
ager (CRCM) designation? ABA offers two different formats to prepare you to sit for the
exam—an in-person event and an online program—so you can choose what better fits
your learning style, budget and schedule.
ABA CRCM Exam Prep In-person Program will help polish and strengthen your knowl-
edge of compliance laws and regulations. Facilitated and led by a faculty of leading in-
dustry experts, you’ll review representative exam questions, as well as receive the latest
edition of the ABA Reference Guide to Regulatory Compliance to guide your studies.
ABA CRCM Exam Online Prep is a 10-week virtual program that provides you with
access to 10 hours of recorded lectures. Designed as a facilitated companion study tool
to the ABA Reference Guide to Regulatory Compliance, it’s an online training experience
that will cover laws, regulations and more.
For more information on both programs, visit aba.com/CRCMExamPrep.
Compliance webinars inform and update your team on timely topics. ABA Webinars pro-
vide practical solutions, so you can provide better customer solutions, and better perform
in this financial climate. Visit ABA.com/Webinars to see all of the upcoming Briefings for
September and October. Call 1-800-BANKERS for more information or to register.
• November 6 – Social Media and Digital Security Emerging Threat Landscape
• November 7 – Lessions Learned to Date from the CDD Rule
• December 12 – Understanding Cyber Crime Policies and Pursuing Coverage
ABA Endorses MST, Sageworks for CECL Software Solutions
The American Bankers Association has endorsed two technologies to help banks transition
to and comply with the Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting standard: Sage-
works ALLL and MST’s Loan Loss Analyzer (LLA). These solutions collectively offer:
• Data warehousing capabilities;
• Support for the allowance calculations for more than 850 financial institutions;
• Flexible platforms to try different segmentation strategies and loss-rate methodologies
for unique portfolios and datasets;
• Methodology options including migration analysis, vintage analysis and probability of
default/loss given default (PD/LGD), discounted cash flow, loss emergence period, re-
maining life, transition matrix and static pool analysis;
• Built-in reporting and embedded data sources that allow banks to substantiate fore-
casts and quickly report calculations for examiners, auditors and directors; and
• Additional complementary services to assist with fit-gap analyses, transition guidance
and advanced forecasting.