2020 Virtual Accounting Roundtable - November 18, 2020

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The audience for this event is Sixth District supervised banks, bank holding companies, and external accountants. Please contact David Schwartz if you would like more information.

11:00 a.m. Welcome and introductory remarks
Speaker: Accounting communications network representative
11:10 Economic and Regulatory Landscape*
The economy is experiencing unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Scott Hughes will talk about current banking conditions and what the future might hold. Also, a supervisory officer from the Board of Governors will discuss examination priorities and initiatives during these tumultuous times.
Speakers: Scott Hughes, director of the Risk Analysis Unit, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; and Keith Coughlin, assistant director, Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governors
Noon Board Accounting Policy Perspectives*
Lara Lylozian, deputy associate director of the Board of Governors' Division of Supervision and Regulation, and a representative of the Board's accounting policy staff will discuss recent developments as well as current perspectives affecting the industry. Learn the latest on accounting, reporting, and other developments directly from Board policy makers. Participants will hear views on CECL as well as other emerging issues.
Speakers: Lara Lylozian, deputy associate director of the Board of Governors' Division of Supervision and Regulation; and Allan Perraud, professional accounting fellow, Board of Governors
12:50 p.m.


1:00 FASB Update*
This session will provide an update on FASB's standard-setting activities, including current developments related to CECL implementation. Participants will also learn what new standards are upcoming for implementation and what the future might hold from FASB's technical agenda.
Speakers: Jay Shah, FASB supervising project manager, and Amin Mohomed, FASB assistant project manager
2:00 Open Panel Q&A*
Join the discussion! Don't miss this opportunity to ask FASB and Board accounting policy subject matter experts your critical accounting and financial reporting questions.
Speakers: All program presenters
2:50 Closing remarks
Speakers: Accounting Communications Network Representative
*Attending these sessions offers the opportunity to earn continuing professional education credits.