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US banks may need to boost loan-loss reserves by as much as $100B

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 16, 2016

By 2020, US banks will be required to recognize the expected losses on a loan for the life of the debt at the point of origination, under the US Financial Accounting Standards Board's current expected credit loss standard. If the standard took effect today, it would force US banks to increase estimated loan-loss reserves by $50 billion to $100 billion, according to an estimate by Fitch Ratings. Financial Times (tiered subscription model) (08/14) Risk.net (subscription required) (08/10)


Oil, gas woes drive corporate defaults

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 02, 2016

NSFR likely to be watered down, experts say

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 09, 2016

BIS warns over risk of emerging-market corporate debt defaults

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Research finds CVA models understate default risk as much as half

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 16, 2016

US Shared National Credits Review shows improved underwriting hasn't taken the risk from leveraged loans

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 02, 2016

Alternative-asset managers beat banks for biggest loans

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 09, 2016

Japan's big banks brace for potential bond-market crash

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 16, 2016

EBA backs 3% leverage ratio

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 09, 2016

CLOs see uptake from investors like BlackRock

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016


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Registration is open for the IACPM 2016 15th Anniversary Fall Conference, Nov. 3-4, Washington, D.C.

IACPM Weekly SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

IACPM Annual Fall Conference to be held Nov. 3-4 in Washington, D.C. Save the date!

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